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.

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