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                  Rabbis and Educators Gather at Conferences throughout Russia
                  Rabbis and Educators Gather at Conferences throughout Russia
                  01.03.2019, Russia

                  Three conferences took place in Russia for Rabbis and educators.

                  Israel and Iran both set to join Russia-led free trade zone
                  Israel and Iran both set to join Russia-led free trade zone
                  12.02.2019

                  After two rounds of negotiations, Jerusalem close to agreement with Eurasian Economic Union; separately, Tehran also set to sign deal ‘in the near future’

                  Dozens of Students Receive Rabbinical Ordination
                  Dozens of Students Receive Rabbinical Ordination
                  07.02.2019, Community Life

                  The revival of Jewish life in the former Soviet Union reached a new peak last week when dozens of Rabbinical students from the Moscow Yeshiva and Rabbinical College graduated with Rabbinical ordination and Schita (ritual slaughter) certificates.

                  Israel, Azerbaijan strengthen and expand strategic partnership
                  Israel, Azerbaijan strengthen and expand strategic partnership
                  06.02.2019, Region

                  One of the main reasons for this strong relationship is the human factor – a long and close fraternal friendship between Azerbaijanis and the Jewish community living in Azerbaijan.

                  Within the framework of the Ukrainian project “The Righteous In My City”, 12 streets have already been renamed
                  Within the framework of the Ukrainian project “The Righteous In My City”, 12 streets have already been renamed
                  25.01.2019, Ukraine

                  In four months, 12 streets have been renamed in Ukraine as part of the JCU's “Righteous from My City” campaign.

                  Former Refusenik Inspires Young Adults as Part of YAHAD Lecture Series
                  Former Refusenik Inspires Young Adults as Part of YAHAD Lecture Series
                  25.01.2019

                  Young adults living in Tomsk, Siberia gathered to hear a moving and motivational lecture given by the famous Rabbi Yosef Mendelevitch, a Jewish refusenik from the former Soviet Union, one of the ‘Prisoners of Zion’.

                  Tu BiShvat Brings Winter Cheer to the FSU
                  Tu BiShvat Brings Winter Cheer to the FSU
                  25.01.2019, Russia

                  In the middle of winter in the FSU, Jewish communities throughout the region celebrated Tu Bishvat, the New Year of the trees, in anticipation of the blossoming of spring.

                  US Hasidic Jews reportedly detained in Ukraine for vandalizing Jesus statue
                  US Hasidic Jews reportedly detained in Ukraine for vandalizing Jesus statue
                  22.01.2019, Ukraine
                  Pilgrims from Bratslav sect filmed destroying sculpture’s arm and leg; community says it will ‘bribe’ authorities to release suspects
                  Moldova Endorses Accepted Definition of Antisemitism
                  Moldova Endorses Accepted Definition of Antisemitism
                  21.01.2019
                  Moldova endorsed the widely accepted definition of antisemitism from the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance on Friday, in addition to committing the country’s authorities to fight hatred against Jews and others.
                  Lithuanian judge postpones trial over reputation of deceased Nazi collaborator
                  Lithuanian judge postpones trial over reputation of deceased Nazi collaborator
                  16.01.2019, Holocaust

                  A Lithuanian judge postponed a precedent-setting trial in which a U.S. citizen is demanding that a state museum end its glorification of a deceased Nazi collaborator.

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