by Joel Mowbray
In Israel, nobody expects miracles, but everybody takes them for granted.
by Ruchama Feuerman
In Israel's darkest moment, outnumbered and surrounded by enemies, an old woman sees what no one else can see.
by Eli Lake
For the past 11 years, David Tenenbaum has been trying to undo the damage the U.S. government did to him when he was accused of spying for Israel.
by Charles Krauthammer
It's the norm for exiled nations to disappear -- with one exception: a miraculous story of redemption and return, after not a century or two, but 2,000 years.
by Ester (Ellen) Katz Silvers
Longing for redemption; longing for home.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
The joys of living with the family.
by Tzvia Ehrlich-Klein
A small glimpse of the special daily life we merit to live in the Holy Land.
by Rabbi Boruch Leff
The Jewish people have their own ancient torch ceremony.
by Yeshia Braverman
This really is an army like no other.
by Sarah Shapiro
It's no accident that we should be repeatedly compelled to explain our presence, to have to figure out what we're doing here.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
The Jewish connection with Israel goes back 4,000 years to the first recorded syllables of Jewish time.
What it is and how to deal with it.
by Allie Vered
Liviu Librescu survived horror to shine his light in a dark world. His candle burns still.
by Meir Solomon
Growing up in Brooklyn, even if I wanted to escape my faith, how could I?
by Yossi Klein Halevi
There are no answers, only improvisations.
An exclusive interview with Benny Regev, brother of captive soldier, Eldad Regev.
by Sarah Bronson
Why finding a Jewish husband is no cakewalk.
Ethiopian diplomat gives Israel a new look.
How a black Jewish Texan cleaned up an old confederate city.
by Moshe Zionce
An expired driver's license results in a magical Shabbat experience.
by George D. Hanus
Are we just rearranging the deck chairs?
by Riva Pomerantz
When there are no words, we can reach out through tears.
by Danny Verbov
How do we find joy after experiencing such an enormous tragedy?
by Lynn Finson
What matters is that we cry and never stop caring.
by Rabbi Yitzchok Tendler
Neria Cohen, 15, was the youngest of the eight victims. His father is a beloved teacher at Aish HaTorah's Hesder program.
A day in the life of a Sderot social worker.
by Natalie Menaged
As anti-Israel propaganda on campus increases in new and alarming ways, defenders of Israel must face their opponents head on.
One woman's experience of Israel's national nightmare.
by Prof. Amnon Rubinstein
A secular professor exposes the dangerous lunacy of Israel's radical Left.
by Rabbi Leiby Burnham
Why God cares if you crack open your history book.
The worst things to accuse the Jews of: racism, apartheid, genocide, colonialism.
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