Russian Israelis

NETANYA MAYOR Miriam Feirberg Ikar stands with World War II Jewish veterans at a ceremony to mark 70
Why does Israel celebrate only veterans from the USSR for fighting WWII?

The contribution by British and American Jewish servicemen and women to the defeat of the Germans in WWII has been sidelined in favor of highlighting that of the Russians.

Much of Elana’s work is alternative customized baking
How one new immigrant found relief in the art of baking

Much of Elana’s work is alternative customized baking, to suit clients who have allergies, food sensitivities and special diets, but enjoy treats such as homemade challa, yeasty chocolate babkas or lemon cranberry cupcakes.

By SUSAN DE LA FUENTE
16/04/2020
Joint List sets off election campaign in Yiddish, Russian, Amharic

The anti-Zionist party decided to join forces with minorities within Israel's Jewish population.

By LEON SVERDLOV
16/02/2020
Home-cured herring also known as Seliodka pod Shuboi ("herring in a fur coat") or Shuba ("fur coat")
Russian comfort food is making a comeback in Israel

“Russian food is entering the mainstream slowly,” Gitcelter said. “Young people of other backgrounds are beginning to eat it. It’s an attraction. It’s different.”

By RACHEL RINGLER/JTA
13/02/2020
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