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                  Reviving Jewish Lviv
                  Reviving Jewish Lviv
                  29.11.2018, Communities of Eurasia

                  When three entrepreneurs decided to open a Jewish restaurant on Staroyevreyska street in Lviv, Ukraine about 10 years ago, they were denounced – at first.

                  Putin Plays With the Holocaust
                  Putin Plays With the Holocaust
                  23.11.2018, Communities of Eurasia
                  However uplifting and exciting the Sobibor movie is, any claim that its purpose is to commemorate Jewish heroism should be balanced against Russia’s shameful record of Holocaust abuse, as well as its present geopolitical ambitions.
                  Kazakhstan’s Chief Rabbi: ‘This country is based on tolerance’
                  Kazakhstan’s Chief Rabbi: ‘This country is based on tolerance’
                  26.10.2018, Communities of Eurasia

                  Joe Millis travels to central Asia and meets Jerusalem-born and British-educated Rabbi Yeshaya Cohen who presides over the small community in the country

                  Josef Zissels: “We continue to implement our traditional programs as much as possible”
                  Josef Zissels: “We continue to implement our traditional programs as much as possible”
                  07.02.2018, Communities of Eurasia

                  The editors of the jewseurasia.org website have approached the Chairman of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) Program Committee, one of the Congress founders, Josef Zissels to ask for his comments on the current situation within the EAJC.

                  The Israeli Diaspora in Ukraine: Structure, Dynamics, and Identity
                  The Israeli Diaspora in Ukraine: Structure, Dynamics, and Identity
                  13.04.2017, Communities of Eurasia

                  The project was implemented by the Lukshtein Center of Jewish Education in the Diaspora (Bar-Ilan University, Israel) with the support from the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress.

                  Putin, Ukraine and historical revisionism
                  Putin, Ukraine and historical revisionism
                  18.05.2015, Communities of Eurasia

                  Not to take into consideration the remarkable inner work that the Ukrainian people have done would be another form of dishonesty, another corruption of memory, another version of the same rewriting of history—it would be an unwriting, yes, carried out by stopping the recording of a process worthy of being memorized at a moment that suited the Russian writers of Ukrainian history.

                  Security of the Jewish Community in Ukraine
                  Security of the Jewish Community in Ukraine
                  23.03.2015, Communities of Eurasia
                  Speech of the Vice President of the World Jewish Congress, co-President of the Association of Jewish Communities and Organizations (Vaad) Ukraine Andrei Adamovsky.

                   

                  Ukrainian Jewish Community Today: Report of Josef Zisels
                  Ukrainian Jewish Community Today: Report of Josef Zisels
                  25.09.2014, Communities of Eurasia

                  Speech of the Chairman of VAAD Ukraine Josef Zisels at the World Jewish Congress Governing Board session in Berlin, on September 15, 2014

                  Give Ukraine a Chance
                  Give Ukraine a Chance
                  25.04.2014, Communities of Eurasia

                  Like other countries, Ukraine and its people should have the right to choose their own destiny as a sovereign, democratic nation.

                  The Jewish Division of Ukraine’s Heaven’s Hundred
                  The Jewish Division of Ukraine’s Heaven’s Hundred
                  11.03.2014, Communities of Eurasia
                  Those who died at the Maidan are called the Heaven’s Hundred in Ukraine, because a “hundred” was the structural unit of Maidan’s Self Defense Forces. It is largely a symbolic name - not all of those murdered in the death throes of the criminal regime were active participants of these groups, which were created over the three months of protests. But the name stuck nonetheless. It has been proposed to rename Institutskaya street, covered in blood on February 20th, the day of the massacre, into Heaven’s Hundred Street. I am certain that someday I will show my children a memorial to the Heaven’s Hundred. It will be on the Maidan, restored after the battles and washed of grime. I will lay flowers and a small stone at the monument, as it is done in the Jewish tradition, and will keep my silence for some time, for I do not know how to pray.
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