History

Archaeology and the Bible - Part 2

Is there archaeological evidence that supports the Bible?

The 8 Biggest Jewish Moments In Oscar History

The Academy Awards celebrates the best in movies, and for almost 100 years, Jews have been killing it.

The Forgotten Jew Who Developed the Cholera and Bubonic Plague Vaccines

Who was Mordechai Wolff Haffkine, a Ukrainian Jew, and why was he compared to Alfred Dreyfus?

Five Famous Non-Jews on the Uniqueness of the Jewish People

The survival of the Jewish people is unique in the annals of history.

Why These Foods are So Quintessentially Jewish

You’ll never look at these Jewish dishes the same way again.

Fiorello La Guardia’s Jewish Roots

The former New York City Mayor was one of Hitler’s most outspoken critics.

When They Burned Maimonides’ Books: The Controversy behind The Guide for the Perplexed

Why did a group of Dominican monks, in Paris, 1233, set fire to a pile of the philosophical works of Maimonides?

Shakespeare and the Jews: 7 Facts

How the Bard’s plays defined the way audiences look at Jews for generations.

Valley of Tears: The True Story of Outpost 107

During the Yom Kippur War, 19 Israeli soldiers fought for 100 hours against overpowering Syrian forces and survived.

Jerusalem: Facts and Figures

Everything you need to know about Israel’s capital.

Dr Eilat Mazar: Queen of Biblical Archaeology

The renowned Israeli archaeologist who discovered ‘King David’s Palace’ has died in Jerusalem aged 65.

Jerusalem: 4,000 Years in 5 Minutes

Throughout history only Israel has protected the freedom of all peoples and faiths in Jerusalem.

Why Celebrate Jerusalem Day?

The two-millennia love affair of the Jewish People.

Reclaiming Biblical Jerusalem

The world of archeology is rocked by evidence of King David's palace unearthed in Jerusalem.

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: What Jerusalem Means to Me

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of reunification.

Rediscovering the City of David

Amazing discoveries that clearly show the Jewish connection to Jerusalem.

Jerusalem of Gold: Archeology Update

Biblical archaeology sees golden age in Israel, dark age in rest of Middle East.

The Western Wall Infographic

Everything you need to know about Israel’s most-visited site. Perfect to share for Jerusalem Day.

Temple Mount Gold

Ancient gold treasure from 6th century discovered in Jerusalem.

Lincoln's Secretary of State’s Jerusalem Visit

William H. Seward’s travelogue describes Friday Night Services at the Western Wall.

The Battle for Jerusalem

A reporter’s firsthand account of the unintended conquest.

Jerusalem in Greek and Roman Sources

The Jewish identity of Jerusalem in Greek and Roman sources.

How Nachmanides Rebuilt Jerusalem

Forced to flee from Spain at age 72, the great sage restored Jerusalem's ruins.

My Home, My History, My Heart

My house in the Old City of Jerusalem is a portal to the long chain of Jewish history.

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