Elizaveta Sherstuk heads the "Chesed Chaim” humanitarian aid center in Sumy, Ukraine, and has helped Ukrainian Jews cope with the effects of war.
JEWISH WORLD: In order to adapt quickly and easily to the new immigrants, the Israeli government approved this week the provision of rent assistance to all immigrants.
“The main difference is that nowadays we have a strong State of Israel that can provide a safe haven with the backing of a strong Jewish people worldwide.”
Thousands of Jewish-Ukrainian refugees have immigrated, at least temporarily, to Germany.
The High Court questioned whether Shaked had sufficient authority on her own to issue the quota and demanded an update.
Identified among the refugees fleeing Ukraine, he and his wife landed in Israel to a ceremonial reception.
Israel has prepared to absorb 100,000 Ukrainians under the Law of Return, which allows anyone with at least one Jewish grandparent to immigrate to Israel.
The Jerusalem Post has learned that there are major problems at the Polish center for Jewish refugees in Warsaw.
Russian Jews are facing extended delays even as their country sinks into crisis because of the war in Ukraine.
In a delicate balancing act, Jerusalem condemns the war, seeks to mediate a ceasefire, helps Kyiv with humanitarian aid and flies Jews to Israel.