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The Justice Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Representatives from the Interior Ministry were sent to the Ukraine prior to the flight to issue Israeli ID cards to the group of immigrants as a way to reduce the bureaucratic procedures.
1,408 Finns volunteered with the Nazi Waffen-SS units
By ILANIT CHERNICK
On antisemitism--or lack thereof--in today's Ukraine.
By LEV GRINGAUZ
Fencing at Buchach represents the 107th such completed project by the ESJF, which expects to complete at least a dozen more sites by the end of 2018.
By JEREMY SHARON
According to one diplomatic official, the visiting Israelis are more likely to listen to an Israeli policeman in uniform warning him of misbehavior, than to a local gendarme.
By HERB KEINON
“I use my Facebook account for distributing information about antisemitic incidents, hate speech and hate crimes in Ukraine,” said the Ukrainian Jewish activist.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
"They accused him because he was a Jew," Logvinskyi said. "He didn't do anything wrong."
By IRIS GEORLETTE
Begin, a resident of Drohobych, married Aliza Arnold in the synagogue shortly before the Second World War in 1939.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The location of the conference was carefully selected - in the outskirts of what used to be the Jewish Ghetto of Lvov, on the railroad tracks that led to the concentration and extermination camps.
"The manifestations of antisemitism in Ukraine are different from those we know from Western Europe or North America, where they are often portrayed as 'antizionist' or as part of BDS."
By IRIS GEORLETTE/MAARIV
"If you are a political journalist, a commentator, and you take sides in this war, and I am taking Ukrainian side, well it involves certain risks."
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