The Ancient Jewish Internet

The Jewish people always had a communication network stretching across the globe with a compatible language.

Evangelizing the Jews, Part 2: Who is Most Vulnerable?

Jews who are lonely and know least about Judaism are the most susceptible to Christian missionaries. That's why college kids and the elderly are their prime targets.

Small Acts, Eternal Consequences

The razor-close U.S. elections prove that no act, however small, goes unnoticed in the grand eternal plan.

The Grapes of Joy

There's more going on than just gardening when working the land of Israel. My harvest this year included some very unexpected fruits...

Evangelizing the Jews: The New Techniques

Having failed in the past, some fundamentalist Christians are armed with a new arsenal of deceptive techniques to convert Jews.

Breaking Chains

Waiting for the birth of a first nephew is supposed to be a time of great happiness. For this aunt the wait is carving out a loss that will echo throughout a lifetime.

No Strike at Laniado

A unique Israeli hospital, founded on Jewish principles of kindness, has earned a reputation for the finest in patient care.

From Ruins to Hope

The renewal of the Jewish Nation in our time gives us an unprecedented chance for unity.

The Will To Live On

In his new book, Herman Wouk tackles the toughest issues of the modern Jewish world. His conclusions in this excerpt may astound you.

My Zadie

Can you ever be too Jewish for your grandparents? One young man tests the outer-limits.

Jewish Amnesia

Along the way to the modern world, what has happened to the Jewish People's collective sense of memory?

Israel's Strength

National strength isn't defined by military might alone. It's also based on unity, mutual respect, and a clear sense of purpose.

To Restore Our Destiny

Israel Independence Day is the time to ask: Where have we been, and where are we heading?

My Quest For Understanding: Confronting My Family's Nazi Past

I was about thirteen when I read that my uncle was accused of killing 30,000 Jews.

Belzec: The Forgotten Camp

Not much is known about Belzec, where as many as one million Jews perished. No one survived to tell.

The Kippah Debate

Wearing a yarmulke is no easy decision. It signifies to the world – and to its wearer – that it sits on top of a committed Jew.

Jewish Captives In Iran

Thirteen Jews held captive in Iran are threatened with capital punishment for spying.

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