by Dr. Henry Abramson
Exploring the mysterious 2nd-Century find in the Cave of Letters.
by J-TV and Ollie Anisfeld
A quick analysis of Jewish history and how it was predicted by the Hebrew Bible.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
The Aaronsohn siblings founded an espionage ring in Zichron Yaakov to help Britain defeat the Turks.
The surprising and extensive connections the Founding Father had with the Jews.
by Bluma Gordon
Some interesting facts about the fate of the Jews who boarded the Titanic.
Mordecai Sheftall is one of the greatest American patriots you’ve never heard of.
The famous U.S. poet fought for Jewish rights and helped spark the Zionist movement.
by Rivka Ronda Robinson
Haym Salomon’s financial risk-taking helped establish America.
Like Julis Meyer, aka Box-Ka-Re-Sha-Hash-Ta-Ka, which means “Curly Haired White Chief Who Speaks with One Tongue.”
Cutting edge technology is unearthing fascinating new evidence regarding the Jews of Vilna.
Some Jews turned to piracy as a way to fight against Spain and Portugal, the hosts of the brutal Inquisition.
10 surprising facts about Jews in the American Frontier.
Appreciating the trailblazing scholarly work of Rabbi Yitzchak al-Fasi.
The amazing story of Harry Truman, his close friend Eddie Jacobson, and the founding of the State of israel.
by Joe Spier
Despite enormous danger, 28 Alaska Airlines pilots made some 380 flights and airlifted 48,818 refugees to Israel.
The rags to riches story of Isidor and Nathan Straus.
Jewish trivia for Thanksgiving.
by Lisa Ades, Turquoise Films Inc.
Jewish Americans in World War II.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
FDR did not support the creation of Israel. Destiny had other plans.
by Rabbi Doniel Baron
A new book explores the unique nature and incredible survival of the world’s holiest language.
by Aaron Feigenbaum
Syrian Jewry’s illustrious past began thousands of years ago. Today some 50 Jews remain.
by Jeff Jacoby
When General Grant expelled the Jews.
by Rabbi Ken Spiro
Large numbers of Jews were exiled and disappeared. Where are they now?
Throughout history only Israel has protected the freedom of all peoples and faiths in Jerusalem.
by Jonathan D. Sarna
Why Jews should care about the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.
by The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
The Jewish identity of Jerusalem in Greek and Roman sources.
by Dr. Ben Weider
When the Ghetto walls came tumbling down.
by Larry Domnitch
A horrific era when Jewish boys were forced into 25 years of Russian military service.
by Motty Berger
Explore 7 remarkable milestones of Jewish history that defy historical patterns and fulfill ancient prophecies.
by Rabbi Asher Resnick and Motty Berger
Seven remarkable milestones that defy historical patterns and fulfill ancient prophecies.
by Avraham Broide
Publicly, Dr. Nunez was serving Church dignitaries; privately he was committing religious crimes deserving of death at the stake.
Why Britain just dedicated a new statue to commemorate the trailblazing Licoricia of Winchester.
7 little known facts about Cleopatra and the Jewish communities she ruled.
Jews lived in thriving Kurdish communities for thousands of years.
Generations of secret Jews defied the Spanish Inquisition to celebrate Passover and other holidays.
The renowned university town was home to a vibrant Jewish community that is all but forgotten today.
Confined to a tiny island, Venice’s Jews put on magnificent Purim shows for the whole city.
An advisor to kings, Rabbi Don Yitzchak Abarbanel dedicated his life to helping Jews in Europe.
Gracia Nasi defied the Spanish Inquisition to ferry thousands of Jews to safety.
by Rabbi Menachem Levine
He was a protector of the Jewish People and builder of the Land of Israel.
What is the evidence that Columbus was a Jew?
As England goes to the polls for a historic referendum, here are some little-known facts about Jews in the United Kingdom.
Another instance in Jewish history when a woman saves the day.
A long lost chapter of Jews in the Diaspora.
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