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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.
Now is a good time to ponder whether there are any winners as result of the so called “revolution of dignity”.
By ELIEZER KOTLIAR
By JONATHAN BRUNSON
Demographers now calculate that more than four million Ukrainians starved in just six months, one of the greatest genocides to befoul 20th-century European history, yet for decades, what happened was almost forgotten.
By LUBOMYR LUCIUK
On this April afternoon in Kiev, I certainly observed a heavy dose of idealism, pragmatism and purpose brought together by humanitarians who continue to provide hope to an otherwise bitter war.
By JARED M. FELDSCHREIBER
And as they were shot, mowed down in rows, their bodies fell onto the messy stacks of the dead and dying, tangled limbs, bodily slime, fluids, blood, everywhere.
By VIVIAN BERCOVICI
As Ukrainians can attest, election interference should be considered an act of war – because it is one.
By MARK PFEIFLE
It is my sincere hope that the Israeli people will recognize the Holodomor for what it was as we in Ukraine recognize the Holocaust.
By VOLODYMYR ARIEV
Got a minute? Here's the week in review.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The reports on the op-ed, which was published Monday in the Zavtra news website, prompted an Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesperson to call the op-ed “conspiratorial and anti-Semitic.”
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ
Zelenskiy, who has performed in Israel on numerous occasions and has relatives and classmates living here, defeated Poroshenko on Sunday in the second round of balloting in Ukraine.
By HERB KEINON
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