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                  Meet Michael Schudrich: Rabbi to Poland’s Jews, the living and the dead
                  Meet Michael Schudrich: Rabbi to Poland’s Jews, the living and the dead
                  10.12.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  “From 1939 to 1989, a Jew could not feel safe in Poland,” he says. “Since then, thousands of Poles have discovered their Jewish roots … and they, in turn, are free to pursue what it means to be a Jew.”

                  “With the help of Ukrainians, I realized my national existence as a Jew”
                  “With the help of Ukrainians, I realized my national existence as a Jew”
                  03.12.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  Mikhail Heifets, a great friend of Ukrainian-Jewish understanding, is no longer with us.

                  Jewish Life in FSU: an Overview (October 2019)
                  Jewish Life in FSU: an Overview (October 2019)
                  02.12.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  After the busy summer months and September, October turned out to be relatively calm and not rich in events in Jewish life.

                  Wealthy Azerbaijan Town Is 100% Jewish – but Its Community Is Dying
                  Wealthy Azerbaijan Town Is 100% Jewish – but Its Community Is Dying
                  25.11.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  Locals say Qirmize Qesebe’s main drag is the wealthiest kilometer in the world and neighboring cities look on enviously.

                  Why are so many players in the impeachment trial Jewish?
                  Why are so many players in the impeachment trial Jewish?
                  14.11.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  Public hearings in the presidential impeachment inquiry began Wednesday (Nov. 13), as witnesses marched to a congressional office building to offer televised testimonies on whether President Donald Trump linked military aid for Ukraine with a promise to investigate one of his political opponents, former Vice President Joe Biden.

                  Jewish Life in FSU: an Overview (October 2019)
                  Jewish Life in FSU: an Overview (October 2019)
                  13.11.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  After the busy summer months and September, October turned out to be relatively calm and not rich in events in Jewish life.

                  How Ukraine’s 2014 revolution affected Jews
                  How Ukraine’s 2014 revolution affected Jews
                  11.11.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  Sam Sokol, a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent based in Israel, published a book this summer about the Ukrainian revolution titled “Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews: Antisemitism, Propaganda, and the Displacement of Ukrainian Jewry.”

                  BookForum discussion: Ukrainian-Jewish relations in museum collections and art
                  BookForum discussion: Ukrainian-Jewish relations in museum collections and art
                  11.11.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  On 21 September 2019, the BookForum featured a discussion on the topic “Ukrainian-Jewish Relations in Museum Collections and Art”, which was dedicated to a presentation of books promoting the heritage of Jewish art.

                  For Ukrainian Jews, having a Jewish president is a source of pride — and fear
                  For Ukrainian Jews, having a Jewish president is a source of pride — and fear
                  07.11.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  Although Zelensky does not go into detail publicly about his Jewish identity — nor does he hide it — his election also is a symbolic victory for Jews in a country with a bloody history of anti-Semitism.

                  Mishpacha Orphanage in Odessa is fighting for survival
                  Mishpacha Orphanage in Odessa is fighting for survival
                  30.10.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  The Jewish community, which provides hundreds of the city’s Jewish children with daily meals, shelter, and the education they need to hope for a better future, is now fighting for its survival.

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