Israel's Northern Landscapes

The north of Israel as you’ve never seen it before, covered in blankets of green, blooming anemone fields, and glorious mountains.

Israel: Defying the Odds

Amazing facts about Israel.

Israeli Widows Speak

This year, widows of fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism will be embraced by Zoom rather than in crowded cemeteries. But the pain remains the same.

My Special Coronavirus Wedding

Coronavirus didn’t ruin my wedding. It gave me and my husband a historic, once-in-a-lifetime event for which we are truly grateful.

Before Lockdown, A Race to Build Shul Furniture

In bleak times for synagogues, kibbutz carpenters have been busy building the future.

The Incredible Corona Wedding Outside Our Window

A makeshift wedding on the street produces a miraculous, once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The Dead Sea Marathon Miracle

Israeli paramedic Meir Furmanski found himself in the right place and time to save a man’s life.

Israeli Election Day Miracle

Little did I know that our excursion in the Golan Heights would be life-altering.

Meeting the Truck Driver that Killed his Wife

Reut Schwartz was sensitive to the grief of life; encouraging the perpetrator of this tragic loss to move on is exactly what she'd do.

Ten Year Old Sells Enough Candies to Dedicate Torah Scroll

Naveh Shindler raised $30,000 to dedicate a Torah scroll in memory of the three boys, Naftali, Gilad and Eyal, who were murdered in 2014.

How Israeli and Iranian Judo Champions became Friends

Exclusive interview: Sagi Muki, Israel’s Olympic gold contender and World Judo Champion, speaks about his unlikely friendship with Iranian athlete Saeid Mollaei.

Jewish Medic Saves his Arab Friend

The true story of Josh and Manir in East Jerusalem.

Operation Good Neighbor: Syrian Thanks Israel for Saving her Life

A viral story is drawing attention to Israel’s heroic efforts that saved thousands of Syrian refugees.

Fixing Homes of the Poor in Israel

A new charity in Israel is restoring pride to homes, giving free handyman services to the poor.

Ishay Ribo: The Great Harmonizer

Ishay Ribo’s star is rising, and with it comes a message of hope, faith, and unity.

I'll Take 300,000 Donuts Please

Israel's second largest donut buyer is an unsung hero who hands out Hanukkah treats to the poor.

Nathaniel Felber's Rehabilitation and First Smile Since the Attack

The US-born Israeli soldier is making great strides in his rehabilitation since the terrorist attack last year, but it is a long and arduous process.

Disabled IDF Soldier Broke Marathon Record with Prosthetic Leg

Eitan Hermon lost a leg in the Second Lebanon War and was told he'd never run again.

9 Israeli Innovations Featured in TIME's 100 Best Inventions of 2019

Israelis are playing a major role in making the world “better, smarter, and even a little more fun.”

Only in Israel: Saving a Life and a Man's Livelihood

When a medic was injured, Israelis flocked to help save his business.

A Special Double Wedding In Israel, When the Rockets Rained Down

A bride and groom share their big day with another couple whose wedding plans were cancelled due to rocket fire, with the hall owners covering the extra costs.

Tzfat: The City of Air and Kabbalah

Exploring the hidden spiritual nature of one of Israel’s Four Holy Cities.

A Day In the Life of an Israeli Psychiatrist

450 rockets can add anxiety to anyone's life.

Israeli Soldier Following His Brother's Footsteps

Capt. David Sarel, whose brother Maj. Benaya Sarel was killed during Operation Protective Edge, is driven to protect the people of Israel.

Youssef Haddad: Lone Soldier

The son of a Christian-Arab minister and seriously wounded as a Golani fighter, Youssef Haddad has dedicated his life to defending Israel’s reputation on the world stage.

The Incredible Story of the IDF's Iraqi Arabic Instructor

Command Sgt. Maj. V.'s family lived in fear under the regime of Saddam Hussein and hid their Jewish identity. They became the last Jews to arrive in Israel from Iraq.

Tiberias: City of Water

Along with Jerusalem, Hebron and Safed, Tiberias is one of Israel’s four holy cities. Why?

Mother of Israeli Poetry

Poet Rachel Bluwstein’s life mirrored the rise of the Jewish state.

Israelis and Palestinians on a Journey Towards Peace

In Road to Recovery, Israeli volunteers drive sick Palestinians to the hospital, creating peace for an hour at a time.

Labels are for Shirts, Not Jews

From Poland to Israel and America, the enduring bonds of one family.

Israeli Women’s Lacrosse Team’s Amazing Kindness

Israel’s players showed what it means to be a mensch.

Inspirational Israel

A breathtaking new book of inspiring photos and stories from the Holy Land.

In Jerusalem, Cancer Is the Ultimate Equalizer

There are no politics in a Jerusalem oncology clinic.

Jew-Hating Graffiti at the Kotel HaKatan

The Kotel HaKatan is the second closest place, outside of the Temple Mount, to the Holy of Holies.

A Muslim Medic Speaks at the Wedding of the Bride He Saved

Muawiya Kabha, a Muslim paramedic, made a special appearance at the wedding of Shahar Kugelmas and Nir David, and told how he had arrived at the scene of a car crash in April 2009 to find Shahar dead.

Digging Deep Roots in Israel

A Biblical archaeologist gives Israeli schoolchildren a chance to uncover a First Temple city, deepening their connection to Jewish history and Israel.

Moshav Modi’im Destroyed by Fire

Devastation strikes an oasis of music, love and joy.

Giving Birth Under Fire

My wife gave birth to our first child in Ashkelon while terrorist rained down rockets. The hospital may have been hit by shrapnel, but we have emerged stronger.

Grandson of Mengele Twin Moves to Israel and is a Paratrooper in the IDF

Eva Slonim was a victim of Mengele’s horrific experiments in Auschwitz. Her grandson Ronen’s revenge is proudly defending the Jewish People.

An Ordinary Israeli Hero

My moving encounter with an old Israeli soldier.

Yom HaAtzmaut’s Inspiring Torch Lighters

An inspirational soldier, a doctor with cerebral palsy and a foster mother to 52 kids define Israel’s spirit to overcome.

Jumping into the Abyss and Moving to Israel

It’s been six years since we buckled up on the most insane roller coaster ride of our lives.

The Tragic Story of Dan Givon: A Yom Hazikaron Remembrance

A week after receiving his wings in the Israeli air force, Dan fought in The Six Day War. He was killed defending Jerusalem.

Zachary Baumel’s Burial

The entire nation came together to mourn.

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