Vaccination and Communal Policy

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

The Jewish Stench Libel

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

LIVE BROADCAST: Super Bowl Halftime for Torah

Learn with Rabbis YY Jacobson, Eytan Feiner and Yoel Gold in the middle of the big game.

Israeli Pop Star Turns Down Eurovision Gig Due to Shabbat

Omer Adam’s best performance yet: sanctifying Shabbat.

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.

Bagels on the Bayou: A Visit to New Orleans

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

Georges Loinger Smuggled 350 Jewish Children to Safety

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

Banning Shechita in Europe

It’s a veiled way of saying that Jews and other minorities are no longer welcome.

Dona Gracia Nasi & the Spanish Inquisition’s Underground Railroad

Gracia Nasi defied the Spanish Inquisition to ferry thousands of Jews to safety.

Song of Passaic

In my New Jersey town, Torah comes before bread.

Shining Light in All the Dark Corners

A trailblazing educator is turning around lives of boys at risk throughout Israel.

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.

Simcha Rotem: The Last Surviving Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Fighter

The heroic Jew died this past Shabbat at the age of 94.

Making Jewish Burial Affordable

An interview with Rabbi Elchonon Zohn.

Israel’s Star Tennis Player: The Jewish Moments that Defined her Career

An exclusive Aish.com interview with Shahar Peer who retired last year as Israel’s most successful tennis player.

Rona Ramon, Widow of Israel’s First Astronaut, Dies at Age 54

In a life touched by tragedy, Rona Ramon continuously chose life.

13 Questions Every Jewish Student Should Ask Prospective Colleges

A helpful guide for Jewish high school students checking out various universities.

Jewish Strength is Not in Their Numbers

Don’t count Jews; count their vast contributions.

Selma Engel, Witness to Sobibor

Woman who told the world about the secret death camp passes away at age 96.

The Holocaust Menorah

A moving photo and the menorah that bears testimony to the eternal Jewish nation.

The Gold-Winning Jewish Wrestler of the Nazi Games

Karoly Karpati’s legacy of strength, Jewish pride and inspiration.

Why Hanukkah: 4 Insights Everyone Should Know

Including the meaning of the oil and why turning it into the Jewish Christmas as antithetical to the holiday.

How a Hurricane Relief Mission Prepared Me for Chanukah

The devastation was immense. What could we really do to help?

How the Jews Changed the World and We Don’t Even Know It

This Thanksgiving, let’s give thanks to the Jewish people.

A Response to Recent Tragedies: 8 Questions for 8 Nights

How can we counter the darkness and bring light to the world?

Back to Berlin

An eclectic group of Jewish motorcyclists, representing Israel and the Maccabiah Games, travel across Europe to Germany, facing past and present demons.

That So-Called ‘Violent’ El Al Flight

There was no violence, El Al lied to the passengers and refuses to take responsibility. But we did have an amazing Shabbos.

Keeping American Jews Jewish

American Jews don’t have to fear hate as much as they have to fear love.

The Root Cause of Anti-Semitism

Judaism’s traditional explanation to the world’s longest hatred.

Sir Moses Montefiore: A Brief History

He was a protector of the Jewish People and builder of the Land of Israel.

Coming Home from Ramallah

Machmud Ibn esh Sharif was in for the shock of his life. An incredible, true story.

Nas Daily: How One Man Built the Fastest Ambulance

The must-see viral video about Israeli ambulance service United Hatzalah.

Israel’s Unknown Heroic Spies of World War I

The Aaronsohn siblings founded an espionage ring in Zichron Yaakov to help Britain defeat the Turks.

Guns are Not Enough: True Protection after Pittsburgh

In addition to physical security, anti-Semitism requires a spiritual response.

The Lonely Convert

No one warned me of the potential loneliness I’d face or how hard it can be to get married as a convert.

What is a Jew?

A religion? Nation? Race? Culture?

A Jewish Response to the Pittsburgh Massacre

The Jewish people will not be intimidated. This Shabbat, show your Jewish pride.

#ShowUpForShabbat

This Shabbat, let’s stop the infighting and unite.

The Synagogue Attack: But It Couldn’t Happen Here

One of the deadliest attacks on Jews in the history of the United States has happened. It’s time to wake up.

Believing “All Jews Should Die”

The murders in Pittsburgh are a sinister sign of our times.

Jew-Hatred in America

In the America I grew up in, Jews assumed that peace and harmony would go on indefinitely. No more.

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