7 Amazing Jewish Converts

Inspiring stories from those who joined the Jewish people.

Jewish Foods You've Probably Never Heard Of

Many Jewish foods developed from economic necessity and were a way for poor communities to create something tasty from very little.

British Public Figures Call Jeremy Corbyn an Anti-Semite

24 influential Brits have taken a stand not to support the anti-Semitic politician, despite the political costs.

Reclaiming Jewish Identity from Anti-Semitism

Defining Jewish identity through joy and celebration, not pain and persecution.

Pico-Robertson: Story of a Torah Boomtown

How Aish Los Angeles helped transform a Jewish neighborhood.

From Ethiopia to Israel: Sharon Shalom's Epic Story

As an 8-year-old boy, Sharon Shalom crossed the Sudan desert to the Red Sea to realize his dream of reaching Israel where he became the first Israeli-trained Ethiopian rabbi.

The Jewish People's Blockchain and the Accuracy of the Torah

Long before the advent of Bitcoin, the Torah blockchain has proved to be robust and enduring.

Discovering My Mother Experienced Kristallnacht

Despite being fortunate enough to escape Germany, my mother did not escape unscathed.

Greek Rescuer Reunites with Jews She Saved During the Holocaust

One of the last stories of its kind unfolded in Jerusalem.

Jewish Conductor on the Underground Railroad

August and Henrietta Bondi’s Jewish home was a stop for slaves fleeing North.

Abraham: Altering the Course of History

Our forefather changed the way the world thought about itself, life and especially the Creator.

The Nazis Knew

“They don’t hate us as a people. They hate us because of our holy books."

The October 31 Pogroms

On October 31st, 1905, thousands of Jews lost their lives in violence that swept across Russia.

Tree of Life Massacre One Year Later: Fighting Hate with Love

From Pittsburgh, Aish.com reports on anti-Semitism in America – and possible solutions.

Jews of Kurdistan: 10 Facts

Jews lived in thriving Kurdish communities for thousands of years.

The Holocaust and Sephardic Jews

Are Sephardic and Mideastern Holocaust victims being forgotten?

After 77 Years, A Vital New Holocaust Diary is Published

Renia Spiegel's diary is a crucial new Holocaust memoir.

Yom Kippur Synagogue Attack

Living with danger and embracing a Jewish life.

One of the Last Lodz Survivors Turns 100

Sam Weinreich rebuilt life from ashes of the Holocaust. He received more than 2000 cards celebrating his 100th birthday.

Anne Frank: Parallel Stories

Anne Frank would have been 90 this year. A new documentary featuring Helen Mirren intertwines her story with five girls who survived the Holocaust.

Shocking Anti-Semitism in Public Schools

Anti-Jewish bullying in Australia draws attention to anti-Semitism in public schools around the globe.

3 Tips for A Great Yom Kippur

Ideas on how to make your Synagogue experience meaningful.

The Shofar of Auschwitz

In a Nazi labor camp, Jewish prisoners blew the shofar on Rosh Hashanah.

Celebrating Your Uniqueness on Rosh Hashanah

It's our choices in life that define who we really are.

Anti-Semitism in Sign Language

The recent controversy over an online sign language dictionary shines a spotlight on anti-Semitic signs.

Eli Cohen: Israel’s Legendary Spy, Now on Netflix

A new 6-part series is testimony to the heroic and tragic tale.

Edda Servi Machlin and Remembering Jewish Italy

Cookbook writer Edda Servi Machlin, who recently died, recreated the world of her Italian Jewish childhood.

The Surging Violence Against Jews in NY

NY State Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein blasts the silence and urges everyone to condemn hate.

Faith Amid the Flames

Rabbi Yosef Friedenson served as a human bridge between the Jewish world that the Germans destroyed and the new one that came into being after the Holocaust.

Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits Inaugurated as Rosh Yeshiva of Aish HaTorah

Hundreds gather from around the world for this once-in-a-lifetime celebration.

More Jews in the American Military

Adolph Marix, Hedy Lamarr, Sydney Weinstein and Mark Polansky.

Remembering Jewish New York

Celebrated historians Myrna and Harvey Frommer died within days of each other. Their work lives on.

Accidental Racism in the Jewish World

A “harmless” joke highlights the problem of racial sensitivity in some sectors of the Jewish community.

Visiting Jewish Prisoners in Jail

We can help to ensure that prisoners have the resources they need to become their best selves in the darkest of places.

A Mother’s Letter in Auschwitz

In the hell of Auschwitz Erika Bock, 18, received a final message of faith that would accompany her throughout her life.

Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits to be Inaugurated as Rosh Yeshiva of Aish HaTorah

The leadership torch is passed to a beloved teacher, Torah scholar – and Aish insider.

Rabbi Manischewitz and His Iconic Company

The 131-year-old Manischewitz Company is being sold.

The Best Revenge: Holocaust Survivor Celebrates Birthday with 400 Descendants

Shoshana Ovitz celebrated her 104th birthday at the Western Wall. Most of her family was there.

The Iranian Schindler

How Abdol Hossein Sardari protected Iranian Jews in occupied-Paris from falling into the clutches of Nazi persecution.

Charlie Harary on Tisha B’Av: A Day of Yearning, Not Sadness

The point of Tisha B'Av is to focus on what life would be like with the presence of God in it.

Too Afraid to Go to Shul

The answer to Jew-hatred is Jewish pride.

Yearning for Jerusalem

Why Israel, Jerusalem and the Temple matter.

The Spirit Lives On: A Tisha B'Av Video

Just because we can't see it doesn't mean it's not there. A true story.

Baltimore: 6 Jewish Facts

Baltimore is home to one of the country’s most vibrant Jewish communities.

Reuven Bauman: Through Fire and Water

Reuven Bauman’s heroic rescue on a Virginia beach echoes his grandfather’s lifesaving deed 50 years earlier.

Jews in the American Military

Four American Jews who made a major contribution to the American Armed Forces.

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