A wrenching true story of enslavement, torture and liberation.
nfielder and pitcher Elie Kligman has been running the bases as long as he can remember. One of the top-ranked youth players in Nevada, the eighteen-year-old has competed at all levels, but when the sun goes down on Friday, Elie is not on the field.
My father, Rabbi Dovid Ross, of blessed memory, passed away six months ago after a grueling battle with cancer. My children could not help but be affected by the illness and death of their beloved grandfather.
Dr. Asael Lubotzky lost his leg in the Lebanon war and tells over his inspiring story.
Will I ever heal?Will the heaviness ever lift? Will the heaviness ever lift? How many times have I looked out over the ocean from these cliffs and prayed, “Please G‑d, let me have a child.”
Rapper. Football star. Lawyer. Businessman. African-American. Observant Jew.
Zecharya Yishai Dovid Levine is a polymath who defies labeling.
Zecharya, age 37, wears a kippah and tzitzit, studies Torah and prays every day. He is also taking the Jewish music scene by storm with a prodigious output of Jewish-themed rap music under the moniker L’Chaim OG (Original Geshmacht).
“When I meet people and tell them I’m a Chabad emissary in Nigeria,” says Rabbi Uzan, “they ask me: there are Jews in Nigeria?!”
This short video presents the journey of how Mr. Jack Hananya obtained a lifesaving organ donation from Rabbi Zalman Sandhaus.
Judy Batalion’s new book documents Jewish women who fought Nazis during WWII.
When the story broke that the daughter of a Cambodian princess was celebrating her bat mitzvah in Phnom Penh, the Jewish world wondered: Who is this Cambodian princess, and how did she become Jewish?