The Jews of Djerba: 9 Facts about This Ancient Jewish Community

One of the oldest Jewish communities in the world exists in a Muslim-dominated region.

5 Reasons to Reject BDS

5 key reasons why every decent person should reject the BDS movement against Israel.

I Was at the Gaza Border, We Did All We Could to Avoid Killing

What I saw and heard was a supreme effort from our side to prevent, in every possible way, Palestinian deaths and injuries.

5 Misconceptions about the Violence in Gaza

Some clarity in a world filled with media distortion.

Israeli Pride: Winning the Eurovision this Momentous Week

Netta Barzilai wins the Eurovision, the week of Jerusalem Day and the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem.

VIDEOS: Torah Thoughts on Yom Yerushalayim

In honor of Yom Yerushalayim, watch a number of Israel-based Torah educators speaking about Jerusalem, The 6 Day War, and the significance of the land of Israel.

The Jewish Plot to Kill Hitler

How the FBI prevented Jewish American gangsters from altering the course of history in 1933.

Cookies for Israel: Help Set a World Record

Here’s a sweet way to support Israel: Buy cookies!

Breathtaking Photos of Jerusalem

In celebration of Jerusalem Day, enjoy these 24 beautiful images from Noam Chen.

Alibaba Loves Israel

Jack Ma, China's most successful entrepreneur, kvells over the Jewish state.

5 Signs You Need to Take a Fresh Look at Judaism

So many Jews, myself included, stopped their Jewish education when they were kids and never examined the depth of Judaism through adult eyes.

Bring Home the Remaining Jews in Ethiopia

Meet some of the last remaining Jews in Ethiopia who are yearning to come home to Israel.

10 Reasons Why Abbas is an Anti Semite

For 40 years, the Palestinian leader has consistently spewed venomous hatred.

Confronting General Eisenhower Over Allies’ Refusal to Bomb Auschwitz

In a direct and sharp rebuke, the Klausenberger Rebbe said the Americans and England shared in the guilt along with Hitler.

Every Jew Should Live in Israel for at Least a Year

Religious or not, living in Israel for an extended period is pivotal in forging a connection with the land, the people and Jewish history.

Iran Lied: PM Netanyahu’s Speech

Watch the consequential speech that reveals conclusive evidence that Iran has misled the world.

Jews, Hats & Modern Anti-Semitism

The only antidote to anti-Semitism is pro-Semitism.

The Dangers of Being a Jew in France Today

Aish.com interviews a number of Jews living in France. Their future is precarious.

Cairo Geniza’s Remarkable Story of Wuhshah the Broker

Three medieval documents chronicle the life of a wealthy Jewish woman in Egypt at the turn of the 12th century.

Natalie Portman’s Insult to Israel

And her timing could not have been more inappropriate.

Hamas’s Dirty War against Israel

Hamas’s “March of Return” is the latest example of their use of “sharp power” to harm Israel.

24 Hours in Shanghai

Exploring the city’s inspiring and little-known Jewish history during a one-day visit.

Israel at 70: More than a Start-Up Nation

Israel's flag testifies to our miraculous, unfinished mission.

Israel and the Secret of 70

The number 70 was singled out for special attention in ways that make this Yom HaAtzmaut particularly meaningful.

From Passaic to the Promised Land: 7 Surprises about Living in Israel

There is no other land in the world we would want to call home.

15 Reasons to be Proud of Israel

In celebration of Israel’s 70th birthday, here are 15 amazing reasons to be proud of the Jewish state.

An Israeli Arab Defends His Country

Yahya Mahamid’s journey from hate to help.

Honoring Israel’s Fallen

My act of kindness is the least I can do to say thank you.

Israel vs. Hamas: The Case for Moral Clarity

The difference between Hamas and Israel couldn’t be greater, yet you wouldn’t know it when listening to some observers.

What’s Really Wrong with the Insulting “Jewish Man’s Rebellion” Essay

Don’t minimize the inherent difficulties in inter-faith marriage.

Our Brothers

Inspired by a true story, a non-religious former IDF soldier has an eye-opening conversation with an Orthodox man.

95-Year-Old Survivor Still Cooking Up a Storm

Margit Kirsche and her husband Sandor survived Auschwitz and opened the first kosher food emporium in Chicago.

11 Quintessential Jewish Jokes

Some old and some new, and all have an underlying point.

Jewish Comedians and Splitting the Sea

A surprising answer to why so many Jews become comedians.

April 1st and the Jews

For the Jewish people, April Fool’s Day has been marked by some decidedly non-funny events.

The Blood Libel Against Mendel Beilis

An overview of the notorious 1913 ritual murder trial in Kiev, known as the "Beilis Affair".

The Rothschilds: Separating Fact from Fiction

A glimpse behind the illustrious, philanthropic family.

An Unusual Journey: Eating Kosher on Russian Airline

A small reminder of the miraculous nature of existence of the Jewish people.

Blaming Jews for Snow

Just in time for the historical season of blood libels.

Jews and Perfume

Eight little known facts about Jews and perfume, from ancient times to today.

Terror and Faith in Har Nof: A Review and Excerpt

After 11 months in a coma, Chaim Rotman succumbed to his wounds sustained in the horrific terror attack that killed 4 other worshippers and a policeman.

Jews and the Irish Potato Famine

During Ireland’s hour of greatest need, Jews donated more aid than anyone in the world.

Saving Lives through Israeli Innovation

Eli Beer of United Hatzalah has transformed emergency medical care.

Dear Hebrew School Teachers, I Want a Refund

Three ways I feel you let me down and how you can do way better.

After the Har Nof Massacre, a Family Copes

Author Risa Rotman on mothering their children since the Har Nof Massacre.

Skyrocketing Anti-Semitism in the U.S.

1,986 anti-Semitic crimes were reported, a 57% increase on the previous year.

Saving Benny and Josh: Turning Tragedy into Purpose

Jennie and Gary Landsman are doing everything they can to help find a cure to their sons’ rare and fatal disease.

Native Americans and the Jews

Whether or not Native Americans are one of the lost tribes of Israel, the strange parallels between them and the Jews are intriguing.

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