An Israeli rabbi turns his passion for animals into an interactive museum on the animals of the Tanakh.
In this week's parsha we look at the value of exploring the deeper meaning of things.
Ahead of Shavuot, Yad Vashem released a photo showing Buchenwald prisoners honoring the holiday in 1945.
Rabbi Alper created the best joke to beat out thousands in the Joke with the Pope competition, earning himself the title of comedic advisor to the pope.
In this week’s parsha we learn about the importance of focusing on all areas of life.
Fifty-thousand people gathered to pray at Jerusalem’s Western Wall on Wednesday as part of a priestly blessing for Sukkot.
Thirty-nine postcards sent during WWII from the Warsaw Ghetto have become part of the permanent collection at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.
On Purim, can we really blot out the memory of an evil like Haman, who threatened our very existence, with a noisemaker?
When the Jews entered the Temple after battle, they searched for oil still sealed with the stamp of the Kohen, the High Priest.
Israeli Ag Minister calls for use of money, not live chickens, for kaparot.