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According to Russia's chief rabbi, Putin was the first Russian president to attend the opening of a synagogue or any other Jewish event.
“What Putin said seems to have been lost in translation — twice.”
“If Israel won’t defend the Jews, nobody will do so in its place,” Zionist Union MK Ksenia Svetlova said in response to the comments.
With each passing day, I’m becoming concerned fiction could become fact.
By JOEL C. ROSENBERG
World leaders’ silence in the face of Putin’s comments about the Jews is dangerous.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Invoking Jewish concerns, whether worthy or unfounded, does Jews no favors and will not convince any world leaders.
By ELI VERSCHLEISER
As the 2014 winter games open, the city says it has five Jewish information centers, three synagogues and 13 rabbis.
Senior diplomats at the UN say it was a critical mistake to question Russia's place in history: "He does not intend to take this quietly. It's a slap in the face."
By SHLOMO SHAMIR/MAARIV ONLINE
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