Starting a New Chapter

Naale’s latest crop of students land in Israel to absorb everything the Jewish state has to offer

Visiting Ancestors, Discovering Nazi Berlin

Why had the Nazis left untouched this massive testimony to a people they were determined to eradicate?

What’s New At The Jerusalem Biblical Zoo

Animals at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo come from all over the world, and it has recently welcomed an international roster of animals.

Celebrate Sukkot in Luxury at the David Citadel Hotel

There are no more luxurious accommodations in Jerusalem than at the David Citadel Hotel.

Lower Manhattan’s Auschwitz Exhibition

The exhibit covers three floors. The first floor depicts pre-war Poland and Germany, the second floor covers the “camps," and the third floor highlights the individuals who populated Auschwitz.

Mission Impossible? Staying Comfortable at 35,000 Feet

Twisting and turning miserably for five hours, all I could think about was how I was going to survive an upcoming trip to visit my daughter in Israel.

Finding Jews In Australia’s Outback: An Interview with Rabbi Yossi Rodal, Head of Chabad...

We try to visit them once a year although obviously it is challenging to visit those living in the Outback.

In The Land Of Milk And Honey – Two Great Places To Visit

This center wasn’t set up just to pat Israel on the back and show off its incredible entrepreneurship, it is meant to encourage future innovation among young Israelis.

Yaya Tours – A Treat For Your Eyes And Palate

Particularly, Yaya Tours focuses on the post-Inquisition heritage of Sephardic Jewry, so most of their expeditions are concentrated in Southern Europe and North Africa.

Hiking The Holy Land

Israel is home to about 2,500 wildflowers species, compared with only 1,500 species on the British Isles, which are more than 10 times larger than Israel!

For The First Time, Antarctica Within Reach Of Frum Travelers

Because only 100 passengers from any one ship are allowed on shore at any one time, visitors to the Frozen Continent will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities during its mildest time of year when temperatures average approximately 34 degrees.

Boston

The Boston Public Garden is the first public botanical garden in America and dates back to 1838.

Along The Way

On the way to Israel? Have a long stopover in Europe? Are you wondering what to see so you can get a feel for the place?

Portugal Actively Seeks A Greater Jewish Presence

“We want a Jewish presence in Portugal,” said Mendes Godinho, “and we look to Jewish investment.” Citing low unemployment and calling Portugal the “third most peaceful country in the world,” she stressed the importance of bringing Jews to visit and live in Portugal.

A Students Primer: 5 Steps to Surviving an Extended Stay in Israel

By following these helpful tips, you will be one-step ahead and prepared for an exciting, life-changing experience in Israel.

A Visit To Chevron

It is both disconcerting and reassuring to sit in a bulletproof bus. The double glass, which is impossible to really clean, doesn’t lend itself to photography, so I thought I’d relax on the journey.

Magdala

In July 2009, when the IAA began a five-month excavation at Magdala, it didn’t expect to find much… until, right beneath a wing of the proposed guesthouse, the top of a buried wall was discovered.

Yom Kippur and the Hidden Jews

Many believe that Kol Nidre was created in response to the conversos’ plight and their need to nullify their conversion vows.

The Berkshires and Six Flags New England

There are plenty of fun activities for all ages and some relaxing scenic spots to enjoy.

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