Euroasian Jewish News
Jewish history comes to life when Hasidic visitors renovate towns and villages emptied of their inhabitants during the Holocaust, in a tourism trend that is no longer only ultra-Orthodox.
The ESJF has been working on Jewish cemetery restoration for quite some time now.
YAHAD, FJC’s youth programming platform, is changing paradigms and squarely focusing on volunteering, learning and community activism this year.
The controversy over the Nazi-era mass grave in Sambir – one of two in the town situated about 70 km southwest of Lviv – dates back to 2000.
Zelenskiy is Jewish through both his parents and even lays tefillin.
Ukraine will adopt a free trade agreement with the State of Israel in early 2019.
An emotional Bar Mitzvah Celebration was held for three students of FJC’s ‘Or Avner’ Jewish School in the city of Vinitza, Western Ukraine.
‘All this divisive stuff is going on and so they decided to put a Jew in charge!’ quipped Rabbi Bleich
At the behest of the Lithuanian Jewish Community an international Heritage Advisory Group consisting of renowned global experts on Jewish heritage was formed.
Russian Jews bestowed their community’s most prestigious award on Efraim Zuroff, a New York-born Israeli historian and hunter of Nazis.
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