In Print

By Eve Harow

Read articles that Eve has written and interviews she has given in print and podcasts with other hosts. 

Bar’am and Purim

Mizrachi World Movement, February 2021

The Biyar Aqueduct 

Mizrachi World Movement, September, 2020

Qasr Al-Yahud: The Tower of the Jews

Mizrachi World Movement, March, 2020

A ‘Challenge for Humanity’

Boston Jewish Advocate, January, 2020

Hebron, Grounding our Nation

Mizrachi World Movement, November, 2019

Why Rosh Hashanah Isn’t Late This Year

Mizrachi World Movement, October 2019

Eve Harow One Israel Fund

JM in the AM, July 16, 2019

The Hills of Gofna

Mizrachi World Movement, December 2018

Featured Blogger

Times of Israel, 2017

About Eve Harow

Women lunch together apart; zoom through Israel

Jewish Press of Pinellas County, December 7, 2020

Thrive Global

Radio Host Eve Harow: “Carve out a time without the phone and computer, and go offline with the people you love around you; It’s truly the greatest gift we were given” 

“I try to strike a balance between understanding that what I say can inspire and affect people tremendously and acknowledging how small and insignificant I am in the scope of humanity.”


 Thrive Global, August 25, 2019

Eve with tourists as Aish
The group posing on the Aish HaTorah Center roof overlooking the Kotel.


How Close are We to ALL-OUT WAR

 Jewish Journal, April 27, 2018

Arutz Sheva

Touring the Land of Israel this Passover

Josh Hasten interviews licensed Israeli tour guide Eve Harow.

Eve details some of the amazing trips throughout Judea and Samaria she is leading this Passover via the One Israel Fund, an organization which strengthens Israeli communities throughout the country in many…

Arutz Sheva, April 4, 2018


What the Dead Sea Scrolls Mean for the History of Judaism and Christianity

In a discussion with Eve Harow, Lawrence Schiffman describes how he became one of the leading researchers into the Dead Sea Scrolls, what these documents say—and don’t say—about the development of both Judaism and Christianity… (Audio).

Mosaic, Advancing Jewish Thought, January 11,2018

Jewish News Syndicate

For Israelis, Memorial Day is personal

Israel and the U.S. share many values and traditions—including holding national days of commemoration for fallen soldiers. Yet there are sharp cultural differences marking the Memorial Day observances in each nation.

“Yom Hazikaron (Israel’s Memorial Day) is so meaningful to Israelis…

Jewish News Syndicate, May 1, 2017
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