Live In the Center of Jerusalem

Between the Waldorf Astoria and the King David in the heart of the city is Moshe Hess 7...

A Smooth Aliyah in Your Dream Community: Ramat Givat Zeev

For most of us, our home is the biggest-ticket item we’ll ever buy, and naturally, we invest considerable effort to investigate all aspects of...

Yossi Avrahami’s ‘Philharmonic’ Luxury Project in Tel Aviv— Music to Our Ears

The upscale Philharmonic real estate project, within walking distance of the Tel Aviv port and the Yarkon park, offers buyers a variety of exceptional advantages, one of the greatest of which is the unmatched location.
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‘For a Tree Has Hope’

How do you connect Diaspora Jewry with the Land of Israel?

IDC Herzliya Campus Life Brings Students Together

Despite the restrictions presented by the coronavirus, campus life at IDC Herzliya has continued to thrive within the framework of regulations as laid out by the Ministry of Health.

Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto Shlit”a Scheduled to Visit New York

After more than a year in which Rabbi Pinto Shlita has not traveled due to the coronavirus outbreak as well as his own illness,...

Live in Israel, Study in English

The JCT’s International Program offers young men and women the opportunity to study Torah in Israel while pursuing a prestigious academic degree in Computer Science or Business Administration in English.

How You Can Observe Shmitta Even if You Live in The Diaspora

Jewish people both in the Diaspora as well as residents of Israel can observe Shmita in Israel.

The Most Important Year in 7 Years

THIS planting season starting in Shvat is significant in that it’s the last one before Shmittah!

Israeli Innovation Leads the Way with Covid-19 Related Technology Solutions

It is Israeli tech companies' unique ability to adapt to any situation in record time that has the world’s eyes focused on this tiny nation.

The Most Important Tu B’Shvat in 7 Years

99% of the people reading this article may not realize the incredible importance of this year’s Tu B’Shvat.

After COVID: The Good Life Continues

With vaccination campaigns in full swing, many older people are starting to consider how they want to live the rest of their lives.

The Koren Mikraot HaDorot

There are certain books that have served as the lynchpin of any Jewish library; a siddur and the Talmud are of course among them but, until now, generations of Torah commentaries have only been available in multiple volumes and many are yet to be translated into English.

Israeli Inheritance: Could You be the Heir to this View?

Many people dream of winning the lottery, but few people realize that they may already hold the winning ticket, by having rights to long forgotten Israeli property.

Sderot HaYovel: Quality Housing in Central Jerusalem is Within Reach

Thinking of aliyah? You don’t have to forgo your dream of living in Jerusalem!

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In Memory of Ari Fuld HY"D

Praying in a Pandemic

Now is the opportunity to slow down, focus on the words, and experience their deeper meaning of our prayers.

URGENT: Family of 9 at Risk of Losing Their Home Due to Foreclosure

I'm writing this letter to you with much pain and embarrassment. My name is Moshe B., a long time Brooklyn, NY resident.

One of the Largest Waves of Aliyah Has Begun

People outside of Israel are purchasing apartments over the phone and are not willing to wait with purchase.

Even During a Crisis, an MDA EMT Takes Solace in a Moment of Joy...

Working for MDA for three years, Daniel Yaso treated a wide variety of cases and thousands of patients — yet had never delivered a baby, until he delivered two!

Revolution in the Heart

The wondrous phenomenon of one Grand Rabbi and spiritual leader who, beginning in his youth, built a congregation that now spans countries and continents.

Free Meals for New Yorkers

List of locations where the New York City Department of Education is providing free meals available daily for any New Yorker.

Navigating a Delicate Balancing Act During the Coronavirus Crisis and Beyond

Thanks to the COVID-19 crisis, New York Native Yehudah Auerbach, 23, had to juggle being a new dad while studying for his degree in the Jerusalem College of Technology International Program from home; but this is just the latest example of his ability to multitask.

Seeking Segulot

Fear of the pandemic and the urgent need to arouse the public to repentance has led many to discover the auspicious segulah of Sefer Devarim.

What Jewish Communities in the U.S. and Around the World Can Learn about Fighting...

Magen David Adom’s handling of the crises serves as a model that can be implemented elsewhere.

Jewish Music Megastars Yaakov Shwekey, Ishay Ribo, and Mordechai ben David to Sing Together...

An historic virtual concert called “Together as One” on Lag B’Omer, Tuesday May 12th

Covid-19 Business Listings

Business listings during the Coronavirus crisis.

Israel’s First English-Language Computer Science Degree for Women to Build off First Year’s Success

Last year, the Jerusalem College of Technology made a groundbreaking announcement. After much consideration and planning, it decided to launch Israel’s first English-language computer science...

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