Since 1974, Aish HaTorah International,
under the leadership of Rabbi Noah Weinberg, has been dedicated to
revitalising the Jewish world by reintroducing Jews everywhere to their
Today it is a dynamic, rapidly expanding
Jewish educational organisation committed to a worldwide renaissance of
the Jewish people.
With 30 branches on 5 continents and
cutting-edge programs in 77 cities in 17 countries that have inspired
over 1,000,000 participants, and an award-winning website visited by
more than 1,000,000 monthly, Aish HaTorah has become the largest
outreach organization of its kind in the world.
Sunrise view from the Western Wall:
the Aish HaTorah World Center
Every individual has the right and
privilege to explore his heritage at his own pace.
Torah is wisdom for living, teaching us
how to maximise our potential and pleasure in life.
Every individual deserves profound
respect. We can never judge another person.
Judaism is a journey where every step
counts. It’s not all or nothing.
Everyone has a responsibility to make his
or her unique contribution to better the world.
Some of our fans…
Weisel, Nobel Prize Winner
'Aish HaTorah means to me the passion of Torah, the passion of
teaching, the passion of learning. The study of Torah, the source of
Jewish values, is the way to Jewish survival.'
Minister Binyamin Netanyahu
'Aish HaTorah enables young Jews to visit their heritage, to become
immersed in it, to understand the fount of inspiration that drives
Jewish history, to become better Jews, prouder Jews and more secure
Jews. I congratulate Aish HaTorah for what they're doing, where they're
doing it, and for whom they're doing it.'
Prime Minister Lady Margaret Thatcher
'The Jerusalem Fund of Aish HaTorah has made tremendous strides in
highlighting the key contributions of Jewish heritage to Western
civilization. Keep up your excellent educational endeavors.'
Spielberg, Producer and Director
'Thank you Aish HaTorah for the good work you do and the message you
put out. I could have used you in my life about 25 years ago.'
'I wanted to connect with these stones (the Western Wall).... I entered
into a partnership with Aish HaTorah to educate all who come here of
the meaning of this sacred site .... Together we can make a difference.'