New Synagogue Dedicated in Moscow Airport

In a simple, yet impressive ceremony last week, a beautiful new synagogue was dedicated in Moscow’s international Domodedovo airport for the benefit of the many Jewish travelers arriving in Russia or just passing through.

Present at the synagogue ’s dedication ceremony were the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Berl Lazar, his friends the Bareli family who sponsored the shul, and more.

After affixing a mezuza to the  main doors, a special Torah scroll was completed and placed into the ark amidst the singing and dancing of the crowd. 

The synagogue was opened at the Domodedovo airport, the largest of the city’s four airports, where hundreds of El Al flights land and take off daily. 

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