The Chazon Ish Explains Why He Received Petitioners
“I was in midst of a heart attack but so many people with their packages of problems were waiting!”
Fascinating Story: The Antique Wooden Menorah
Rabbi Ephraim Shapiro relates the remarkable journey of a simple Chanukah menorah
VIDEO: What One Jew Did to Ensure That No Jew is Thirsty Will Inspire YOU!
What started off as a small act of kindness at one rabbi's gathering has exploded into an empire of loving-kindness.
Sanctification of G-d's Name in Germany: Footballer Reveals Shirt Inscribed "Hashem is G-d"
Footballer Almog Cohen scored a winning goal in the German league, and sanctified G-d's name by revealing a shirt imprinted with the words: "Hashem Hu Ha'Elokim" – "Hashem is G-d"
The Strength of a Jewish Child
The heights a Jewish child can climb!
Thousands at Wedding of Bride Previously Wounded in the “Bus 402 Tragedy”
Thousands came to the emotional wedding of Sarah Sperling who was injured 10 months ago in the Bus 402 tragedy.
It doesn't pay to show off!
Rejecting $3 Billion From Facebook
What One 23-Year-Old Can Teach Us About Vision & Passion
A Hospital Encounter Made in Heaven
The father of the sick child said he would become religious if he would see yeshiva students studying in the middle of the night.
Tehilla Mark: “Our Father Always Said That Every Bullet Has Its Address”
“It’s hard, it’s painful, and we’re trying not to break. We get up and fall, cry and dry our tears”
Avichay Shanti: "I Want to Raise My Children as Jews"
In a open-hearted confession on his Facebook page, Avichay Shanti — an Arab in the process of conversion — expresses the angst of an Arab who fell in love with Judaism
Watch: Rivka Malka Tells Her Story
Watch Rivka Malka tell her fascinating story, how she came closer to Judaism
"Donating a Kidney is Like Giving Birth"
Chayim Ehrenfeld, a Hidabrut employee, donated a kidney as part of the Matnat Chaim organization. In a special interview, he talks about his decision to donate and the extraordinary experience of providing life and health to a Jew in need.
Tzaddik Pays Electric Bill For Soldier In Need
Some people will not stand by when they see a person in need, but what occurred on a train this week in Israel was truly a remarkable act of benevolence.
I Told My Husband: "We Have To Adopt A Child With Down’s Syndrome"
Chaya and Yisrael Ben-Baruch, more than just being a couple, are truly an inspiring phenomenon. Their story begins in Long Island, New York, switches to Alaska and concludes in the holy city of Safed. It contains significant challenges, searches for authentic Judaism, refined characters, devotion to unwanted Down's Syndrome children, and a surprise happy ending which proves that sometimes reality goes beyond the wildest imagination. A portrait of loving kindness at its most potent.
From Martial Arts to Chasidut: The Story of Dror Pirus
Dror Pirus wanted to improve his knowledge of natural forms of healing, but in the end he found the natural cure for his own soul- the Torah.
At the Last Minute The Cremation Was Averted
Michael Osborne travelled to the island of Negros for medical treatment , but in the end he passed away. Since he was unknown and did not seem to have family, the church wanted to cremate him. But then it became apparent that he was a Jew and with the help of a Chabad emissary and the head of the Zaka organization his body was saved and brought to a Jewish burial in the Philippines.
Gerer Chasidic Women Sew With Love
The textile industry in Israel has almost totally collapsed due to cheaper foreign labor. Yet a group of Chasidic women in Arad who sew the uniforms of the IDF are part of a tiny local textile enterprise which is trying to beat the odds and maintain economic stability.
"Bnei Anousim" Returning To Their Faith Around The Globe
With the help of Shavei Yisrael, an organization founded to help lost Jews return to their people and faith, numerous descendants of forcibly converted Jews are returning to their faith in Portugal, Brazil and other parts of South America.
Torah Revival in Jerusalem’s Old City
It appeared that the sound of Torah learning almost stopped in the Old City — and suddenly it had returned, full of life. Yeshiva students and Torah scholars fill the halls of synagogues and study houses in the Old City of Jerusalem. Where do they keep the oil jug and the shofar from the Holy Temple? What is the legend about the Yeshivat Porat Yosef rocks? And why was the synagogue named after the prophet Elijah? Then and now in the alleyways of the Jewish Quarter