Euroasian Jewish News
Local Jews are left to deal with some of the consequences of Shor’s actions in a place that many view as a symbol for murderous anti-Semitism.
It isn’t only a new school year for Tbilisi’s Jewish students. It’s an entirely new experience
Some of the tombs in the Akhaltsikhe cemetery have inscriptions in Ladino.
Azerbaijan and Israel's strategic relationship, which was established in 1992, has grown and developed significantly over the years, supporting robust trade, tourism and security cooperation.
Hundreds of Jews traveled to the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan to commemorate the 75th yartzeit of Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Schneerson, father of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
The world's first Museum of Mountain Jews is preparing for opening in the Krasnaya Sloboda settlement of Azerbaijan’s Guba region.
Hundreds attend ceremony at Wooden Synagogue in Chisinau, bringing number of Jewish houses of worship in country to 4
Dr. Ilia Lurie, a researcher with a group dedicated to preserving the legacy of Jews from Galicia and Bukovina, explains that the graves are a ''rare find,'' as most Jewish cemeteries in the region have not survived.
Rabbi Moshe Reuven Azman told The Jerusalem Post that the country’s Jewish community was “hurt” by statements that Netanyahu is only in Kiev in order to get visuals for his campaign videos.
Read the story of the Ukrainian Jew who was so moved by Netanyahu's visit, he underwent circumcision and named himself after Yoni Netanyahu.
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