Are the Jews foolishly missing the open tunnel leading home?
To counter the Left’s view of Israeli history, Fishman asked: What if Fiddler on the Roof's Tevye came to Israel to join the freedom fighters?
Russian-Israeli activist recalls harrowing struggle to save Soviet Jewry and the overt divine providence accompanying her efforts.
A pilgrimage to one's "roots" in four European countries found sad last witnesses to a butchered civilization — and lost Israelis.
Conditions were right for the emergence of the Messiah — but the Jews missed the opportunity for Redemption from Exile. Is it happening again?
How does a child — afraid to admit he’s Jewish — became a world famous ‘Prisoner of Zion,’ paving the way for the Russian aliyah?
Sudden intense ear pain leads to a hilarious encounter with Israeli culture.
An unexpected encounter with an Israeli in the States clarifies the connection between Judaism and Israel.
Would you be surprised to learn of a building freeze on the Temple Mount… 2,500 years ago?
How a simple misunderstanding led to a lifelong love affair.
A painfully learned lesson about the endless possibilities of immigrating to Israel, and the price of not pushing yourself to “make it work.”
Contrary to erroneous common beliefs, Israel is gaining — not losing — highly-educated people. What are the two major reasons for this?
Demonstrations against police brutality highlight a deeper problem: the “global village” foisted on Jews who sought the Jewish homeland.