Vote for the top Jewish World story of 2011

Shortlist: A brutal murder, JAFI criticism, Limmud FSU's successes, millions up for grabs, remembering the Shoah.

By GIL STERN STERN SHEFLER
December 22, 2011 14:52

Natan Sharansky - 311. (photo credit: Brian Hendler)

 
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The Jewish World faced significant changes in 2011. Some were startling while others were more predictable and in line with global economic trends.



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From the murder of eight-year-old Lieby Kletzky , Natan Sharansky's plan for the Jewish Agency coming under fire, Limmud FSU successful outreach to the Russian Jewish community , the Jewish federations' funding shake-up to Efraim Zuroff's claims that Lithuania needs to acknowledge its role in the Holocaust. Which stories had the biggest impact on you?

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