The French Resistance Socialite Heroine who Saved 60 …

Everyone should know about Suzanne Spaak’s remarkable courage. As the daughter of a successful Belgian banker and sister-in-law of the Belgian foreign minister, Suzanne Lorge Spaak was accustomed to an upscale lifestyle. Her husband Claude was a successful dramatist/film maker. Fellow Belgian …

Awaiting the Wounded – aishcom

i read your expierience and i have tears in my eyes. i am working in the army of the netherlands but this is for us not to understanding. i am jewish and for us is the duty to do evrything what you can do for to stay in live but that animals of arafat are no people.

The 5 Ingredients of a Great Marriage – aish.com

Rabbi Yaakov Salomon, C.S.W. is a noted psychotherapist, in private practice in Brooklyn, N.Y. for over 25 years. He is a Senior Lecturer and the Creative Director of Aish Hatorah’s Discovery Productions.

Hineni Heritage Center | Everything is Here

In this week`s portion, G-d tells Noah to build an ark in order to save his family and all the different species. But then, G-d issues a somewhat puzzling command: “A tzohar – light – window shall you make for the ark..” (Genesis 6:16).

Way #1: Be Aware of Every Moment – aish.com

Rabbi Noah Weinberg, of blessed memory, was the dean and founder of Aish HaTorah. For 50 years, his visionary educational programs brought hundreds of thousands of Jews closer to their heritage.

M’oray Ha’Aish Parshat Ekev: Walking Together With God

Parshat Ekev begins with what seems like a familiar dictum: And it will be because you heed these judgments, and safeguard and do them, that the Eternal, your Almighty God shall safeguard and uphold with you the covenant and the mercy which he swore to your fathers.

My True Hero – aish.com

Yes, Colonel Ramon, Israel’s first astronaut to enter outer space, is a hero. For me there is another hero: his mother, a survivor of Auschwitz.

Jews and Christians after The Passion – The Jewish Website

I had assumed — hoped — that the Jewish critics of The Passion were exaggerating. The critics, after all, have a habit of assuming the worst of Christianity, and of underestimating the positive changes in Christian attitudes toward Jews.