Search Results "Personal Stories"
Chain of Miracles within the Great Pain: Remarkable Stories of Passengers Saved from the Tragedy
Amongst the darkness, panic and tears are stories of passengers who were saved by personal miracles from the fatal road accident on bus-line 304 this week
On the Verge of Death: "I Knew It Was the Last Call to Enter the Train"
Limor Tabibi’s operation led to a series of medical complications — until she had a clinical death experience. Until today, modern medicine does not know how to explain what happened to her, but Tabibi already has the explanation she sought. "Doctors don’t have the answer, but G-d does. And His answer is the only answer to all of our problems"
“I Won’t Disturb My Wife Come What May”
“Working on my anger brought salvation to our lives”
Whatever I Did the Forbidden Way I Now Do the Kosher Way
“I promoted night clubs before now I promote Jewish events”
What’s a Nice Jewish Girl Like You Doing, Living on N.Y. Streets?
A religious Jew from New York who had compassion on Nurit who was thrown out of her home into the street helped her get back on track
As I was dancing in a night club, my Tzitzit was peeking through and made me extremely confused !
Haim started getting closer to Judaism. He was confident no one could answer his questions and cause him to become fully observant. At the end, "weather we like it or not, the truth will surface."
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.
Religious beatboxers stun crowds on America’s Got Talent
Ilan Swartz-Brownstein and Josh Leviton of Manhattan, an Orthodox beatboxing duo have advanced on "America's Got Talent." In their audition video submitted last year, they were beatboxing to an original "Hava Nagila."
"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.
Waters of hope: the merit of family purity
Gadi and Irrit had waited seven years for children and decided to try their last card and keep the laws of family purity.
The Arab Took Out a Knife And I Was Staring Death In The Eye
Amazing miracles are occurring to Am Yisrael in these trying times, whether we hear about them or not: A moving letter reached us recently which is a must read. In the letter the narrator tells us about an incredible, almost supernatural miracle which happened near the grave of David HaMelech- as a father and his daughters were saved from an Arab assailant.
Shneur Cohen Has "The Gift"
Shneur Cohen, a young Chasidic Jew, is the unlikely author of an unlikely book, "The Gift" which spent twenty weeks on Israeli bestseller lists
Aleppo Empty of Jews: the Last Two Jewish Women Rescued and Brought to Israel
In a secret operation, the last two Jewish women living in Aleppo were smuggled to Israel between bombs and sniper fire. Only a few dozen Jews are left in Syria now. The ancient synagogues are empty, there is no one to take care of cemeteries and tombs of sages, and the contact with the last remaining Jews in the country, most of them older people, was lost due to fear of wiretappings. War in Syria: a rare Jewish view
Dazzling Proof: A Torah Scroll Parchment Served as the Wrapping for the Nazi Officer’s Certificate
More than 60 years ago, a Nazi officer entered a synagogue in Lithuania, and nonchalantly ripped a piece from an antique Torah scroll, to protect the officer certificate he was carrying. Later, he shared the secret with his son, a senior politician in Germany, who decided to return the holy parchment. Moti Dotan, head of the Lower Galilee Council, was the messenger for the good deed
"I Gave Up Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars to Learn Torah"
What made a successful businessman abandon the race for money and turn into a yeshiva student? Yair Pardun was on the way to becoming an American millionaire — until the day he discovered Judaism. He is currently studying at Ashrei Ha’Ish yeshiva in Jerusalem and is not ready to give up the book of Talmud in his hands for all the money in the world. A surprisingly interview
Galit Burg Presents: From the “King’s Way” to the Creator’s Way
The singer Galit Burg underwent a difficult transition. From participating in the Eurovision competition to her mother’s passing, to moving to the U.S, until finally becoming religious and returning home in every sense. In a heartfelt interview, she talks about her special relationship with our Creator
The Orphan Girl Who Let G-d Lovingly Lead Her to Him
When she was seven years old her mother died and she reluctantly became the mother of the family. In ninth grade, she was sent to a boarding school for gifted children, and the principal there saved her life. While studying alternative medicine she discovered Judaism “by accident”, and today has a great impact in her field. An interview with Dr. Ahuva Nissan