Euroasian Jewish News
Prominent Jewish philanthropists and business leaders from all over the world came to see the revival of Russian Jewry in Moscow during the International Leadership Reunion conference that took place in Russia’s capital last month.
Russian Jewish billionaires God Nisanov and Zarakh Iliev sponsor new community center to unite ''Mountain Jew'' diaspora.
The sense that Russia is growing increasingly illiberal is helping drive a surge of emigration by Jews there to Israel in the past four years.
Rabbi Yisrael Melamed led a celebration opening a magnificent new Mikvah and the inauguration of a historic synagogue in the city of Astrakhan in southern Russia.
The prime minister makes a quick pre-election sortie to meet with the Russian president, and ends up with plenty of time for self-reflection.
Asset management company Novoselye, which used a Haredi Jew as a cartoon money lender on billboards in St. Petersburg, takes them down after complaints.
Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, happily announced that the Yad HaChazakah, the 14 books written by the Rambam, have all been translated into Russian.
References in the Israeli historian's book '21 Lessons for the 21st Century' to the Russian annexation of Crimea were either nixed or softened
Rabbi Aharon Wagner, Chief Rabbi and director of Chabad Lubavitch in Irkutsk, has mobilized Jewish communities in the region, arranging for shipments of food to be sent to the disaster areas.
The new center is located in Birobidzhan, in the famous and historical Jewish Autonomous Region of Russia.
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