In one of the most exciting archaeological discoveries in recent memory, more evidence surrounding the famous Dead Sea Scrolls was found.
The Genesis Prize, which perpetuates the Jewish value of social activism, is being given this year to renowned Jewish artist Anish Kapoor.
The OIC and Arab League called upon Trump to reconsider the 90-day entry ban on nationals from 7 Muslim countries.
Israel's national library has enriched its collection with one of the world's largest collections of Hebrew texts.
A well-fortified wall dating from the era of King David era was exposed in Israel's south, corroborating the biblical narrative.
A newly exposed Roman theater in northern Israel has changed the way archaeologists understand the site.
A rare archaeological discovery substantiates scientific research regarding the Jewish nature of the Judean lowlands during the Second Temple period.
A boy publicized the 'miracle of Chanukah' by lighting a menorah in front of 20,000 spectators at an NBA game.
An archaeological finding from the Hasmonean Period is sparking interest because of its unique inscription.
Israeli archaeologists found a coin dating to the period in which the Chanukah epic occurred.
An Egyptian archaeologist claims to have found the exact spot where God first spoke to Moses.
It wasn't easy getting 3,000 rabbis together at the same place, at the same time.
One of the unique features of the vessel is that it was created and shaped in several stages, the likes of which have never before been discovered in previous findings.
Israeli archaeologists have discovered the earliest extra-biblical source to mention Jerusalem in Hebrew writing and which dates to the time of the Kingdom of Judah.
Sukkot reminds us to keep the theme of unity. It reminds us that all are equal in God’s eyes.
Every nation, Jewish or not, has a place with God and the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
The holiness of Yom Kippur in the Land of Israel cannot be found anywhere else in the world. - The Holy Book of the Zohar
Our sages teach that even a desire to move in the right direction is full of merit, even if it does not materialize as we first thought.
In a brand new Aish video filmed on streets of Jerusalem, a Justin Timberlake song (with new lyrics) celebrates the Jewish New Year and the joy of being Jewish.
The fascinating new discovery at Tel Lachish is a typical example whereby excavations and further research of heritage sites show us time and time again how biblical tales that are known to us become historical and archaeological stories.
We are taught that each of the “Ten Days of Repentance” between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur is connected to one of the Ten Commandments.
What is it about symbolism, particularly the eating of symbolic foods, that has found such a prominent place on the most hallowed of days?
The National Library of Israel has recently acquired an unrivaled collection of rare ancient Jewish-Afghan documents, providing a glimpse into the Silk Road's vanished Jewish community.
Israeli archaeologists exposed a 1,500 year-old livestock stable used by monks during the Byzantine era at the Avdat National Park in southern Israel.
The sensational Kleibedik musicians rocked the Jerusalem Klezmer Festival with their lively performance that enthralled the audience.
On Tisha B’av, the saddest day on the Jewish calendar, we mourn the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem that were destroyed.
Thousands of archaeological sites across Israel attest to its rich history as well as the historical ties of the Jewish people to the region.
The court order puts an end to what can be said to be a years-long Kafkaesque courtroom saga.
Jews have always taken their music with them, adapting it to their new homes and changing the music of communities and nations across the globe.
The Jewish people worldwide are now observing a period known as "The Three Weeks" in which they mourn and bemoan the destruction of Jerusalem.
Ancient mosaics depicting Noah’s ark and the parting of the Red Sea have been discovered by university scholars and students excavating a synagogue in Israel that dates to the fifth century.
Let us explore the complicated and controversial question of “Who’s a Jew?” First, it would be worthwhile to understand what the word "Jew" means.
The fulfillment of God's promises resulted in the miracle of a Jewish return to their land after nearly two millennia of dispersion.
In part two of our series "The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning," we focus on the funeral and the mourning process in the week following death.
A look at Judaism's approach to death, bereavement, and the mourning process.
We believe that not only was the written Word given at Mount Sinai, but so was the Oral law - the oral tradition.
Clothing is not merely a protection against cold or for ornamentation. Clothing constitutes the primary and necessary distinguishing mark of human society.
There are several fascinating explanations regarding the meaning of Lag b'Omer and why 'holy fires' play such a prominent role.
There are many good reasons for Jews to live in the Land of Israel, which is of major importance according to the Torah and a basic principle of Zionism.
Where was God during the Holocaust? No human being can answer that question, but there are a number of interpretations.