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HANUKKAH IMAGES illuminate Jerusalem’s Old City walls.
Hanukkah candle lighting from Belgrade, Serbia - watch

Happy Hanukkah from The Jerusalem Post.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
24/12/2019
Ceremony to appoint Rabbi Ari Edelkopf as Montenegro Chief Rabbi.
Montenegro appoints its first chief rabbi

Rabbi Ari Edelkopf is an emissary of the Chassidic movement Chabad Lubavitch. According to the organization’s website, he moved to the small Balkan country in 2017.

Serbian Jewish leader claims that right-wing ‘hooligans’ raided synagogue

Last summer, protesters from the Jewish community rallied outside the Justice Ministry, accusing the government of stoking the conflict.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
26/10/2019
Righting a Holocaust-era wrong in Serbia

A model for restitution and the rule of law in post-Communist Europe

By LAURENCE WEINBAUM
18/09/2019
A view of the Auschwitz concentration camp
Serbia to block construction on former concentration camps

Belgrade’s parliament will block plans for construction, including of a shopping mall, on former concentration camps, the country’s president said.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
03/09/2019
A migrant boy rests on railways after crossing into the country from Serbia
Israelis to teach Serbs how to say ‘shalom’

The decision to teach Hebrew to Serbs may seem confusing at first glance due to the country’s Jewish demographics.

By RONEN SHNIDMAN
22/06/2019
Novak Boskovic
Israeli handball rocked by death of Rishon’s Boskovic

"We express our sorrow and pain caused by this terrible tragedy," the Israel Handball Association stated.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
03/02/2019
The Serbian connection

By HAYIM LEITER
02/02/2019
From Balkan nationalism to Zionism: was the Jewish State born in Serbia?

Israelis are increasingly heading to the Balkans for leisure and adventure. But our history with Serbia goes back a lot farther.

By RONEN SHNIDMAN
03/11/2018
Screenshot of Ana Dudas and her two daughters
Serbian woman saves Jews, years later, descendants told to leave Israel

According to Israeli law, the Jewish state may naturalize those it recognizes as Righteous Among the Nations and their descendants up to three generations.

By JTA
01/10/2018
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