Euroasian Jewish News
At the beginning of 2019, an Israeli citizen, whose ancestors are buried in Vilnius, filed a preventive claim to the Vilnius City District Court requesting for the reconstruction of the Vilnius Palace of Concerts and Sports building to be forbidden.
Authorities reportedly lock five passengers in room with no water or bathroom for six hours, then send them back to Israel.
A somber memorial ceremony took place at FJC’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow last week for the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Convention marking the 20th anniversary of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia (FJCR) took place in Moscow last week.
Remarks by Ambassador John J. Sullivan. International Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow, Russia.
Travelers held for hours by Russian authorities, reportedly have DNA samples taken.
Kremlin spokesman says US proposal ‘not in compliance’ with UN Security Council resolutions.
Every New Year heralds hope for meaningful change. Some hopes are ephemeral, and others enduring, the result of years of planning or a simple leap of faith.
Kremlin announces release of Naama Issachar shortly before Netanyahu travels to Moscow; mother: ‘Right now all I want is to hug my daughter Naama’.
Qatar’s Ambassador to Russia Fahad bin Muhammad al-Atay met this morning with Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar in his offices at the Marina Roshcha Center in central Moscow.
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