Israel the Startup Nation

What is the secret behind Israel’s phenomenal innovation?

Why Don’t You Support Israel?

Israel is one of the most free and most prosperous countries in the world, and the only democracy in the Middle East. So why is it so controversial to support the Jewish state?

HaLamed Heh: The 35 Israeli Soldiers Who Never Returned Home

In January 1948 35 brave young men set out on a daring mission to protect and relieve the besieged inhabitants of Gush Etzion. None of them made it back.

The Connection between Anti-Semitism and Anti-Zionism

Anti-Zionism is the latest mutations of the world’s longest hate.

Freeing Russian Jewry: The Refuseniks

The campaign to free the Jews of the USSR grew into a global phenomenon that motivated Jews across the world to fight for their fellow Jews. With incredible results.

10 Ways Israel is Saving Planet Earth

This Earth Day, a look into how Israeli advances are helping battle climate change and pollution around the world.

Resolution 181: The Zionist Dream Comes True

In 1947 the UN voted to create an Arab state alongside a Jewish one in what was Mandate Palestine. What happened?

Bible Era Seal Unearthed below Jerusalem Car Park

The tiny clay impression dates back over 2,600 years and bears the name, mentioned in the Bible, of a royal aide to King Josiah.

The Golan Heights: 5 Facts

A short guide to the history and strategic value of the Golan Heights.

Rafi Eitan: 5 Fascinating Things to Know

The man who captured Eichmann fought tirelessly for the Jewish people.

Yamit: Exchanging Land for Peace

With the Camp David Accords, Israel promised to return the Sinai Peninsula to Egypt. One community refused to leave their homes.

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.

BDS: Terrorists in Suits

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

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.

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.

Israel: A Modern Miracle

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

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.

13 Fascinating Facts about Moshe Arens

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

Why Does America Spend So Much on Israel?

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

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.

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.

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

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

Tunnels in Northern Israel: What You Need to Know

Aish.com spotlights the Hezbollah tunnels threatening soldiers and civilians in the north of the country.

Theodor Herzl: The Zionist Dream of a Jewish State

What is Zionism and why is it so controversial? How did Herzl, a secular writer, transform an ancient longing into a modern political movement that changed the course of history?

Is Jerusalem Israel's Rightful Capital?

Jerusalem is arguably the longest, continuous capital of any people on earth.

Ben and Jerry’s in Israel: Don’t Boycott Us

The Israeli company has nothing to do with the decisions of the international brand.

What is Hezbollah?

Tony Badran, Research Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explains how the backing of Iran has served to legitimize Hezbollah on the world stage, making the group all the more dangerous.

Why are Palestinian Refugees Different from all Other Refugees?

The unique status afforded to Palestinians is the single biggest stumbling block to achieving peace.

The Missing Israeli Flags

Arabs came to the protest in Tel Aviv because they oppose the very existence of a Jewish state, including its most innocuous symbol.

An Educated Non-Jew's Take on Israel

An eloquent letter written by a non-Jewish Scottish professor to his students who voted to boycott Israel.

Palestinian Jihad: Interviews with Failed Suicide Bombers

A must-see but hard to watch video. Viewer discretion is advised.

Critics of Nation-State Law Misunderstand Israel’s Constitutional System

The new law isn’t meant to be read in isolation, but in concert with other Basic Laws enshrining Israel’s democratic system and fundamental human rights.

Blaming Israel for Saving Lives

New York Times blames Israel for creating more friction with Syria by saving 400 Syrian civilians.

Origins of the Word Palestine

We often hear claims that Palestinians are "native" or indigenous to the land of Israel, but does history back this up? It's worth taking a look.

The "If Only Israel" Syndrome

The misguided notion that if only Israel did this or that, peace would be at hand.

Israel's Security Checkpoints and Border Wall: A Reality Check

The disruption and inconvenience is offset by the lives being saved.

Palestine Soccer Team and Other Appropriations of Jewish History

Galloway’s willful misreading of Jewish soccer history is just the latest example of twisting historical facts.

Israel Is Losing the Social Media War

Military supremacy is no longer enough. The war of words can matter more than bullets.

Prince William and “Occupied Palestinian Territories”

The Jewish people’s roots in eastern Jerusalem go back thousands of years, long before any Arab claims.

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