by Bluma Gordon
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Benjamin Elterman
In a Barcelona concert hall, one man's insane act of rebellion in 15th century Spain.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
In an Aish.com exclusive interview, Dana Bash discusses what she learned researching her CNN special and key lessons she wants to impart.
by Rabbi Dr. Benji Levy and the Western Wall Heritage Foundation
Some people have hearts of stone, but these stones have the hearts of people.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
King Louis IX had a Jewish problem. They still named a city after him.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
It is not enough to hope for redemption; we must be the catalyst for it.
Amazon Prime’s Yosi, the Regretful Spy unmasks the dangerous consequences of irrational antisemitism, and the non-Jewish spy who came to regret his role in the terrorist attacks on Jews.
For a Jew, privilege doesn’t mean access, opportunity, or favors. It means responsibility to set an example, to live elevated, meaningful lives.
Jewish life in America has been fraught with tension between assimilation and maintaining their unique identity.
by Sarah Pachter
Eli Shkarofsky is running marathons – and winning – while pushing Refael Boyer in a wheelchair.
What it means to go the extra mile.
by Jeff Jacoby
The Mapping Project is animated by one of the most durable and deadly conspiracy theories in human history.
Due to the war, Gerda Cole was forced to give up her daughter. The 98-year-old was reunited for the first time with her 80-year-old daughter.
There's a good reason why Hitler regarded the industrialist as his inspiration.
A look at the surprising long history of the slur against “Jewish noses.”
by Rivka Ronda Robinson
We can thank members of the tribe for many wacky, wonderful, important, life-changing inventions of the past 120 years.
by Rabbi Avi Shafran
On that Jewish date in 1945, my late father-in-law, Mr. Yitzchok Yisroel Cohen, was liberated by American forces from Dachau.
Despite Ukraine having a Jewish president, some Jews are conflicted about aiding the ongoing crisis due to the complex history of Ukrainian Jewry. Let's unpack the issue.
by Eve-Lynn Gardner
How a language teetering on the brink of extinction represents the faith and fortitude of the Jewish people.
by Catherine Perez-Shakdam
Between forced conversion and emigration, the Jews of Yemen have all but disappeared from the region.
by Karni Eldad
Betrayed by the Nazis, Luciano Camerino was deported from Rome to Auschwitz where he survived Mengele's horrific experiments. He returned to Italy and rebuilt the Jewish community.
by Yad Vashem
Dr. David Silberklang provides an overview of what came to be known as the "Final Solution of the Jewish Question", which ended in the murder of some six million Jews.
The Einsatzgruppen were special action units known mainly for their role in the systematic murder of the Jews in the Nazi-occupied Soviet territories during the Holocaust.
by Rabbi Ephraim Shore
Israel’s return to its homeland after 2,000 years of exile - an event completely in the annals of history – is miraculous.
by Prof. Joshua Berman
Guiding tours to the land of the Pharaohs, I’ve gained an unexpected appreciation for Egyptians – modern and ancient.
Shirin lives in constant fear. We met on social media. This is her story.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Serving God and the Jewish people for 104 full years.
by Cassandra Freeman
A potent mix of defiance, tribute, pride and belonging.
by Judy Gruen
A century after it was originally published, the authentic story of Bambi as a parable of antisemitism is coming to light.
Despite the daily dangers, Israelis are remarkably happy. Here’s a Jewish secret to happiness.
Valentina and Mariana Varshavky discover they have the same father on their way to Israel.
Why did nearly a million people go to this rabbi's funeral?
by Cole S. Aronson
Singing the liturgy with Jewish refugees in Moldova — “Our King, who redeems us from the hands of tyrants” — the words aren’t a memory, but a description.
Hundreds of refugees have found shelter through the site built by Avi Schiffmann and Marco Burtsein.
Sharon Bass felt it was her obligation to be there for them and close the debt her family owed them.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
The action-packed, miraculous escape of Kyiv’s Chief Rabbi.
From Baghdad to Bangalore to Vancouver, I can still hear her desert call in the wind.
Rabbi Nisan Podolsky is rescuing Jews from Ukraine.
by Shmuli Vladimirskiy
Help provide needed equipment and resources to Jewish soldiers fighting in the Ukraine, and aid to Jews trying to evacuate.
by Dr. Henry Abramson
This brief video provides a survey of the long Jewish presence in the region, framed in the context of maps: political, ethnolinguistic, military and social.
The Jews of the Ukraine are facing two levels of danger.
Uncovering the deeper meaning behind this iconic Hebrew phrase.
The hows and whys behind lighting Shabbat candles.
by Rabbi Simcha Weinstein
As kids with autism become teenagers and adults, fewer and fewer services are available to help them and their families.
Why Britain just dedicated a new statue to commemorate the trailblazing Licoricia of Winchester.
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