One who contributes money to Kupat Ha'ir's “Vehasirosi Machalah Mikirbecha” Fund Will merit, middah keneged middah.
Packed days and hard work are staples for teenagers adapting to life in Israel.
With mounting pressures on Jewish communities around the world, many parents are looking for a way to get a quality and affordable high school education for their children without compromising on their Jewish identity.
The first time Chaya Ticker, originally from Brooklyn, NY, set foot in Israel, she had the feeling that she'd come home...
Only a handful of United Hatzalah medics have EpiPens. You can change that!
The siyum marks the completion of the 13th cycle of the global Daf Yomi, started in 1923.
Tura wines, a product of Israel's burgeoning wine industry, are fast becoming the first choice for wine connoisseurs and kosher wine consumers alike.
You can win two El Al plane tickets to Israel, plus a three-night stay at the five-star Ramada hotel in Jerusalem!
BKLYN Commons is much more than a co-working space, it's a collective...
From Israel’s historic moon mission to its lifesaving anti-missile systems, a group of unsung heroes is playing an outsized role in the Jewish state’s greatest achievements in the defense sector as well as other science and technology fields.
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One of the advantages of Boutique Hanevi’im is its extraordinarily advantageous location and height, guaranteeing breathtaking vistas of Jerusalem in all its glory, with old and new.
In the Center of the Country and in the Center of Higher Education
Two projects that will continue Ari's legacy and dream.
The story of Israel's wine industry is in many ways a reflection of the modern-day rebirth of our nation in its homeland.
A unique experience of Sukkot under the wings of Cretan hospitality.
This Tisha B’Av, acquire practical tools to improve in the area of loving your fellow Jew as you love yourself. Your life will and the lives of others will be changed forever.
A new Jewish podcast has joined cyberspace: "The Mos Show," featuring Nachman Mostofsky and Rabbi Yechezkel Moscowitz, executive director and president, respectively, of Chovevei...
Tnuva Offers Mealtime Solutions
There are no more luxurious accommodations in Jerusalem than at the David Citadel Hotel.
Forget every business manual out there, Eliezer Gross looks to Hashem for every business decision he needs to make - no matter how big or small.
Chayal el Chayal is holding its annual raffle for the prize of $10,000 to help finance their upcoming year of tending to the needs of our Lone Soldiers on the front lines.
Haneviim Boutique provides breathtaking panoramic views of Jerusalem in all its glory – ancient and modern Jerusalem spread before the inhabitants’ eyes.
Aryeh Lurie started by delivering food baskets to 50 Jerusalem families each week. Now, on Pesach and Rosh Hashanah, 30,000 food baskets are distributed throughout the country.
At the Center for Kehilla Development, a Jerusalem-based hub of rabbinic studies, potential rabbis learn how to serve their communities from A-Z
Arele is undergoing lifesaving surgery to amputate both arms below his elbows and both legs below his knees.
Turns out we were wrong. Not about our story, but about who were the frost-bitten Jew-haters who said the Israeli Philharmonic was the Zionist version of Soweto, South Africa circa 1960.
Anières Elite Academy, along with the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering at the Technion, launched an enrichment program three years ago to teach youngsters the basics of aerospace engineering.
They might return home with sharpened elbows, wearing Blundstones and calling everyone Chaim Sheli, my life. But they’ll never regret a school adventure that will stay with them forever.
Photos and descriptions of 10 essential spots to include during your visit to Yad Vashem.