The Rabbi of Mobileye

Engineer Mois Navon was part of Israel’s #1 hi-tech success story. Then he made a higher choice.

Rabbi Yitzchak Abarbanel, Renaissance Man

An advisor to kings, Rabbi Don Yitzchak Abarbanel dedicated his life to helping Jews in Europe.

Belgium's Anti-Jewish Parade Float

The grotesquely anti-Semitic float in Belgium reflects growing anti-Jewish feeling.

The Incredible Story of Joshua Bell’s Stradivarius

His violin witnessed the rescue of hundreds of Jews from Nazi Germany.

Bella Abramovna and the Jewish People's University

This Soviet mathematician founded an underground Jewish university and was likely assassinated by the KGB.

The Bride who Visited a Hospital on her Wedding Day

Yael Levy used her wedding day for an incredible act of kindness.

British MPs Confronting Jew-Hatred

After years of rising anti-Semitism, British MPs are leaving the Labour political party.

Witnessing a Miracle: My Son the Israeli Paratrooper

Coming back to the land of Israel defended by a Jewish army.

Israel's First Special Ops Unit

During its brief existence, Unit 101 became embroiled in controversy that had (and still has) many questioning what actions can be justified when it comes to self-defense and self-preservation.

Israel is Over the Moon with its Spacecraft Blastoff

Israel is only the fourth nation to send a spaceship to the moon.

L’Chaim: A Childless Holocaust Survivor Discovers He Has a Namesake

An inspiring true story about two Chaims and the miracle of life.

The Tattooist of Sloan Kettering

Beware of hidden scars waiting to surface.

BDS: Terrorists in Suits

According to recent reports by Israel, the BDS movement is being driven and funded by terrorist organizations.

My Piece of the Puzzle

Jenna Elbas is unlocking teens’ potential by partnering kids at risk with special needs youth.

No One Wants the Jews: Remembering the St. Louis

The ship set sail with over 900 Jewish refugees and was rebuffed by the United States and Canada.

The Shalva Band: Winning Israeli Hearts through Music and Jewish Values

By refusing to break Shabbat and turning down a chance to represent Israel in the Eurovision, the popular band, whose members all have disabilities, has won the bigger competition.

Weird Ways Israel Won its War of Independence

While modern-day Israel is a force to be reckoned with, in its early days, its military might was pretty much non-existent.

Horrific Murder in Jerusalem

Ori Ansbacher’s brutal murder by an Arab terrorist has been ignored by much of the world’s press.

The Amazing Yiddish Album Nominated for a Grammy

Suppressed for a lifetime, this music was discovered and recorded, and then nominated for a Grammy.

Deborah Lipstadt on Anti-Semitism and the Joy of Being Jewish

Despite the increase in anti-Semitism, we can’t let it define us.

Saying Goodbye to Eddie

The elderly Holocaust survivor had no money or family. Who would come to his funeral?

This IDF Soldier from Maryland Still Needs Our Prayers

Nathaniel Felber was seriously wounded in a deadly terror attack which claimed the lives of two other soldiers.

The Clash of Ben-Gurion and Begin

Meet the founding fathers of Israel, Israeli prime ministers and political enemies David Ben-Gurion and Menachem Begin. An exploration of their two opposing views and how they shaped Israel.

6 Interesting Facts about Falafel

Six facts about Israel’s favorite food.

Israel Sends Huge Rescue Team after Brazil Dam Collapse

130-strong delegation using advanced technology in effort to locate survivors.

The Jewish Stench Libel

Rebirth of a medieval canard: The Jews cannot justify anything they do.

Vaccination and Communal Policy

Jewish law regarding health and medicine has always mandated following what the medical establishment and majority of doctors believe.

Israel: A Modern Miracle

The re-establishment of Israel as a sovereign Jewish state is an unprecedented event in world history.

Israel Mourns Two Amazing Young Women

Israel hit by a double tragedy as two inspirational women are laid to rest.

The First Jew I Met in Iran

Face to face with the challenges of living a double life under the Iranian theocracy.

Michelle Alexander’s NY Times Column Hits New Low

It's replete with errors, shows no understanding of – or sympathy for – Israel, and dishonors Martin Luther King.

It’s Time for Outrage, Not Silence

Where are our friends protesting anti-Semitism?

Israeli Pop Star Turns Down Eurovision Gig Due to Shabbat

Omer Adam’s best performance yet: sanctifying Shabbat.

Rescuing Israel’s Wasted Food

How a NYC lawyer moved to Israel and left his hi-tech job to start Leket, Israel’s leading food rescue organization.

Burying Six Unidentified Holocaust Victims

Officiated by Chief Rabbi Mirvis, the funeral is planned for Sunday, January 20, in London and will be open to the public.

Rescuing the Wandering Jew

How Israel rescued Jews from countries such as Yemen, Ethiopia and even Saudi Arabia in a series of daring operations including Operation Magic Carpet, Operation Moses and Operation Solomon.

13 Fascinating Facts about Moshe Arens

The 3-time Israeli Defense Minister and mentor to PM Netanyahu passed away this week at age 93.

Bagels on the Bayou: A Visit to New Orleans

New Orleans is home to a unique and surprisingly vibrant Jewish community.

Resilience of an Injured Israeli Soldier

Critically injured in a terrorist attack, Idan Levy refused to give up his dream.

Why Does America Spend So Much on Israel?

Three reasons why it’s in America’s best interest to do so.

Georges Loinger Smuggled 350 Jewish Children to Safety

This French Jewish hero recently died at the age of 108.

Smearing Israel: The New York Times Suggests an Israeli War Crime

Does one errant IDF bullet warrant moral equivalence with Hamas terror tunnels?

Amos Oz, Controversial Giant of Israeli Literature

In a life that spanned the state of Israel, Oz wrote novels of humanity and beauty.

Golda Meir: Iron Lady of the Middle East

Revered by some, reviled by others, Israel’s first female prime minister never forgave herself for her decisions in 1973.

Egyptian Slavery, Desensitization and the Holocaust

Like Pharaoh, Hitler didn’t just start killing Jews; he used the process of desensitization by gradually worsening the persecution.

Making Jewish Burial Affordable

An interview with Rabbi Elchonon Zohn.

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