Israel Memorial Day
by Stuart Schnee
Chief Editor's Blog
by Yehuda Gelb
A song in tribute to recent victims of terror.
by Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider and Rabbi Alex Israel and Aryeh Sunshine
A beloved educator and a beloved student were murdered last week by an Arab terrorist.
by Adina Hershberg
One year ago Dalia Lemkus was murdered. It’s important to remember as many victims as we can.
by Yaakov Kristal
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
The Jewish people’s alternative to despair.
by Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider
The heart of the entire Jewish people is broken.
In trying to save a life, Rabbi Nehemia Lavi paid with his life.
by Yisrael Rohn Rigler and Sara Yoheved Rigler
Personal glimpses of young men who gave their all for Israel.
by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
An update from Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller.
by Ira T. Berkowitz
Har Nof is unremarkable on the outside, but extraordinary from the inside.
by Moshe Cohen
Fighting the terrorists in the Har Nof shul, he undoubtedly saved many people's lives.
by Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum and Gavriel Friedman
Two Aish rabbis recollect studying with Rabbi Twersky.
When my grandson and son-in-law got caught in the line of fire.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Even tragedies have degrees.
by Eli Levine
With tensions rising, the country mourns the tragic murder of two young people in two separate incidents.
An Arab terrorist killed Karen Yemima Mosquera, a convert from Ecuador, but he could not kill all her dreams.
by Eli Kaufman
My thoughts and feelings after attending the heart-rending funeral of the baby brutally killed by an Arab terrorist.
Remembering one year since the tragedy. Rachelle Fraenkel's inspiring message to the Jewish people.
by Aryeh Ho
His death has not been declared a suicide, despite what you may have read on the Internet.
A timely message from the Book of Daniel.
by Aaron Poznanski
A tribute to David Menachem Gordon through his own moving words.
by Video Activism Students
A music video dedicated to the fallen of the 2014 Gaza Conflict.
by Sruli Twerski
A song dedicated to the brave Israeli soldiers and the unity of the Jewish people.
The short life and heroic death of Max Steinberg.
Sgt. Sean Carmeli fell in battle. The Aish HaTorah community – and the people of Israel – mourn his loss.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Thoughts from the funeral of the three teens.
by Rabbi Ari Kahn
I thank God for bringing the boys back home.
Yosi Karkash was killed in the Second Lebanon War when a Hezbollah rocket landed on his platoon, killing him and 11 comrades.
by Zieva Dauber Konvisser
18 years after a series of deadly terror attacks, a unique quilt stitches together broken hearts.
by Ann Goldberg
Nineteen years ago Nachshon Wachsman was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists.
After nearly losing their lives protecting the Jewish nation, injured Israeli soldiers are helping other injured soldiers.
by Dror Chafetz and Nadav Nachmany
A video for Israel Memorial Day.
by Debbie Gutfreund
My summer with Israeli soldiers confronted my fear of living.
by Rabbi Nachman Zakon
With gratitude to the young men who fought for our freedom.
The tragic yet inspiring story of the 35 heroes of Gush Etzion.
by Sarri Singer
I will never forget that moment of eerie silence – the silence of those who were dead in every seat around me.
by Hyndi Mendelowitz
Liora Tedgi’s bargain with God.
Forty years after 11 athletes were murdered in Munich, Israel still mourns alone.
by Rea Bochner
If I turn my back on Israel, I am the one defeated.
by Sherri Mandell
An open letter to Eva Sandler who lost her husband and two sons in the Toulouse terrorist attack.
by Michael Dickson
It was clear to the soldiers why they fight. It was also clear why they’d prefer not to have to.
by Rivkah Moriah
Your gravestone is covered with hundreds of rocks, each one carrying a message of love.
by David Horovitz
An eye-opening interview with the man who helps set the IDF’s ethical parameters.
How does one experience great joy on what for me is the saddest day of the year?
by Assaf Wohl
A letter to Israel's Navy Seals who bear Jewish history’s burden on their shoulders.
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