Kosher wine is no longer a joke. These days it’s winning awards and accolades.
Many Jewish foods developed from economic necessity and were a way for poor communities to create something tasty from very little.
How did his dangerous work help Israel and what led to his identity finally being revealed?
Revisiting a painful chapter in the history of modern Israel.
The connection of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel has been an integral part of the Jewish story for at least 3,000 years.
What is the secret behind Israel’s phenomenal innovation?
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 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.
In 1947 the UN voted to create an Arab state alongside a Jewish one in what was Mandate Palestine. What happened?
With the Camp David Accords, Israel promised to return the Sinai Peninsula to Egypt. One community refused to leave their homes.
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.
While modern-day Israel is a force to be reckoned with, in its early days, its military might was pretty much non-existent.
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.
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.
Revered by some, reviled by others, Israel’s first female prime minister never forgave herself for her decisions in 1973.
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?
During WWII, record-breaking Italian cyclist Gino Bartali used his bicycle to smuggle forged documents, saving 800 Jews from death.
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