The newest holiday on the Jewish calendar celebrates the reunification of Israel's capital.
The celebration of Israeli independence is marked each year on the fifth day of the Hebrew month of Iyar.
This day honoring fallen soldiers immediately precedes Israel's Independence Day.
The 15th day of Av is both an ancient and modern holiday.
This history lesson stirs controversy in many educational settings.
This annual day of remembrance of the victims is observed by Jewish communities worldwide.
A topic that may seem far from modern children's lives holds valuable social lessons.
Tu B'Av carries an important lesson for modern relationships.
Holocaust commemorations have--and should have--some common elements.
Would Yom haShoah be associated with other tragedies, connected to heroism--or stand on its own?