Euroasian Jewish News
PM's speech in stark contrast to Lieberman's anti-haredi election campaign.
Comments come after meeting Ukrainian PM, whose trip to Jerusalem was cancelled by Israel in late 2016 because of Kiev's anti-Israel vote at UN Security Council.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received the traditional bread-and-salt gesture of hospitality from young Ukrainians dressed in embroidered attire after he and his wife Sara landed in Kyiv on August 18 for a two-day visit to Ukraine.
Asset management company Novoselye, which used a Haredi Jew as a cartoon money lender on billboards in St. Petersburg, takes them down after complaints.
Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, happily announced that the Yad HaChazakah, the 14 books written by the Rambam, have all been translated into Russian.
In a mountainous region in Azerbaijan, there is a small unique and intriguing Jewish settlement remaining.
In Kyiv, PM to meet country’s new Jewish president, Volodymyr Zelensky, and visit Babi Yar
At the beginning of the 20th century, many Jewish families fled anti-Semitism and poverty in Eastern Europe, seeking greener pastures in the West.
The walls that remained from the synagogue that once stood in Bobruisk, Belarus had stood forlorn, no longer able to contain the beating heart of the once bustling Jewish shtetl.
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