This dish is brought to you by Chef Moti David of Adom in Jerusalem! He shows you how to make a popular street food loved by Jews on Sabbath morning – sabich.
Fellowship Bridge Blog
While distributing winter aid to elderly Israelis, Yael pays a visit to Chana, an aging Jewish woman who made aliyah (immigrated) from Iraq, and who depends on the help The Fellowship's faithful friends provide.
Do you want to take a swim with dolphins? You can in Eilat. Watch now as Israel’s biologists and dolphin trainers tell us more about their experiences with these friendly creatures.
In this week's video, Yael takes us for a ride into Jerusalem, showing the scenery and talking about the Holy City along the way.
Hollywood stars are in Warsaw to film a biopic about the couple who hid 300 Jews from the Nazis in the city's zoo.
During the playing of "Hatikvah," the Israeli national anthem, the nation's baseball team sported matching kippot, the traditional skullcaps worn by Jewish men.
Jews around the world will celebrate the festive holiday of Purim this weekend where people dress up in costume, have parties, and remember the story of Queen Esther and the villain, Haman. Usually, people make hamantaschen cookies to celebrate, which are shaped like Haman's ears. But this week, Joan Nathan, food columnist for Tablet Magazine, shows us how to make a treat to celebrate the hero of the story, Queen Esther.
Yael discusses the upcoming holiday of Purim, how it is celebrated, and why it is just as relevant today.
In her weekly video update, Yael reflects on her recent trip to provide aid to Holocaust survivors in Ukraine and talks about Jewish life in the former Soviet Union.
Loretta Weinberger, an Israeli grandmother, has written songs for Sesame Street and other children’s TV shows. But it’s a composition the native of England wrote for the U.S. that’s gotten her attention from not one but two American presidents.