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Dnipro: New Rabbi Appointed to the Historic ‘Alter Shul’

The ‘Old Synagogue’ on Kotsiubynsky Street, and the ‘Dobre’ JCC of Dnipro, Ukraine, has appointed a new rabbi to serve the thriving and developing community …

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A Story of a Jewish Survival in Nikolayev, Ukraine

Remaining behind in a city without clean water or power as winter arrives Every Friday night, after Elena Bessonova lights her Shabbat candles, she closes …

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Tbilisi: Academic Collaboration to Boost Jewish Education

The Grigol Robakidze University of Georgia has signed a cooperation agreement with FJC’s ‘Or Avner’ Jewish school of Tbilisi, enabling its high grade students to …

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“We are 17 days without electricity and water, under non-stop shelling” – the suffering of the Jews of Kherson

The electricity is down, the water isn’t flowing, the heating has stopped working, the shelling continues, and the weather is extremely cold. The Jews of …

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Siberia: At Minus 28 Degrees Celsius, a new Torah Scroll Inaugurated in Novosibirsk

A day to rejoice in Novosibirsk. In a festive event, a new Torah scroll was brought into the city’s “Beit Menachem” synagogue. Taking place at …

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University Students Discover the Jewish Perspective to Charity and Kindness

Students from Moscow’s University of Sociology came to learn and volunteer at the Shaarei Tzedek Chesed Center in the Marina Roscha neighborhood. It ended with …

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