Israel and Russia

How significant is the latest Russia-Iran satellite launch? - analysis

Israel and the US are concerned the technology could be used for intel and nuke progress.

Does Russian Jewry have a future?

The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Lahav Harkov.

Multiple Russian-Jewish organizations sent warnings by Russian gov't - exclusive

Similarly to the Jewish Agency, multiple other Russian-Jewish organizations have received warning letters from the Russian government.

Russian authorities investigated Jewish Agency for three years

Russia has been inspecting the Jewish Agency for three years before ordering it to stop operations in the country.


How will banning the Jewish Agency affect Russian Jews? - analysis

There are 150,000 Jews in Russia’s “core Jewish population,” but more than half a million are entitled to receive Israeli citizenship.


The next Naama Issachar? Russia hasn’t let Israeli consul visit citizen in prison

Revaz Raphael Shmertz is an Israeli citizen who's been denied consul visit by Russia for 10 months.

Interfaith leaders to host Jerusalem protest for peace in Ukraine

"It is a key time for religious figures worldwide to advocate for peace."

Israel’s tortured choice on Russia - analysis

Israel has publicly tip-toed around Russia’s invasion. Since Russia crossed Ukraine’s border in late February, Jerusalem has studiously avoided blaming Russian President Vladimir Putin by name.


Israel, Chabad must condemn Vladimir Putin - opinion

Vladimir Putin is important to world Jewry, but this does not change the fact that the Russian president is a monster.

Should Israel be the mediator for Russia and Ukraine? - analysis

Israel might benefit from its ambiguity - or might lose and lose big time.

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