Euroasian Jewish News
The Bar Mitzvah of philanthropist David Aminov’s son was a chance to feed 1,000 elderly Jews in Moscow on Purim.
Marking 5th anniversary of peninsula’s annexation, Russian president suggests Netanyahu should be invited to unveiling of new synagogue in region.
Three conferences took place in Russia for Rabbis and educators.
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.
Russian Jews bestowed their community’s most prestigious award on Efraim Zuroff, a New York-born Israeli historian and hunter of Nazis.
''We have never had and never will target the Russian military,'' Israeli Ambassador to Moscow Gary Koren said in an interview with the Ekho Moskvy (or Echo of Moscow) radio station on Tuesday.
Prominent members of Russia’s Jewish leadership held prayers for the 11 victims, who were gunned down during a morning ceremony at their Tree of Life synagogue.
Russia is currently experiencing its lowest level of anti-Semitism in history and has the lowest level of anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe, according to Yuri Kanner, the president of the Russian Jewish Congress.
The Grand Choral synagogue in Petersburg, Russia hosted hundreds of visitors last week for a Jewish klezmer concert, part of an ethnic music festival organized by the city council.
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