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Ghosts of the Jewish past in the former Soviet Union are helping ensure the integrity of the Jewish people in Israel.
a monthly benefit to the tune of 1,000 rubles ($17.3) will be awarded to Israeli nationals who used to live in the former Soviet Union and fought for their country between 1941-1945.
Half a century ago, inspired by Elie Wiesel, Rabbi Jonathan Porath traveled to Moscow to celebrate Simhat Torah with Soviet Jews. The following are entries from his diary written about that night.
By JONATHAN PORATH
"We must not lose out history in sales like these," said Yaakov Hagoel, vice chairman of the World Zionist Organization.
By IRIS GEORLETTE,JERUSALEM POST STAFF
After the 1917 revolution when Russia became the Soviet Union, a massive shift in culture took place, according to Coates.
By JESSICA VRAZILEK
The legislation is intended to teach pupils about Soviet Jews, particularly their suffering under the reign of Joseph Stalin
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
"Next you’ll tell us to drop our trousers to check our circumcision," MK says at discrimination hearing.
By JEREMY SHARON
Should the Jewish community celebrate a century since the Russian Revolution?
By JULIE MASIS
Following the redemption of their Soviet, Ethiopian and Syrian brethren, the Jews’ historic commitment to each other is eroding.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Boris Fishman’s memoir ‘Savage Feasts’ provides insight into the immigrant struggles of a Soviet Jewish family.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
Dedicated to the memory of Prof. Arkady and Mrs. Helen Mai – two brave souls whom I first met in Moscow in 1977 and then, several years later, welcomed to Jerusalem.
By REUVEN HAMMER
Statistics show that antisemitism is once again on the rise – especially in Europe.
By JEREMY FRANKEL
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