Euroasian Jewish News
Hundreds of Jewish communities, in both large cities and small towns and villages across the former Soviet Union, are now in the final stages of preparation towards a very different Passover, unlike any they have ever experienced before.
The outbreak of the Corona epidemic has forced EnerJew, FJC’s vibrant Jewish Youth Movement in the FSU, to temporarily move all its varied activities online.
Hundreds of Jewish children who have no other place to call home continue to reside and receive love and affection in the FJC’s network of Children’s homes and Orphanages in Ukraine and Russia.
Dutch-based Christians for Israel planning to deliver more than 300,000 meals on wheels over next two months as country with poor medical infrastructure scrambles to contain virus.
Foreign Ministry says only those who want to come are being brought home.
All the Jewish community centers, synagogues and educational institutions for all age groups, were closed down temporarily and transferred as much of the activity as possible to online.
At the behest of Russia’s Chief Rabbi, Moscow’s Jewish Chessed Center is stepping up assistance to the elderly with a twenty-four hour hotline and fresh meals delivered to their doors.
Terror group says Sergey Lavrov conveyed Russia’s readiness to help forge Palestinian unity; Israel reportedly files protest with Moscow against meeting.
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