Euroasian Jewish News
The Jewish community of Brest numbers at over 1500 people now and the Jewish spirit has returned to the city.
Volunteers in Belarus reburied the remains of more than 1,000 Holocaust victims whose bodies were discovered recently during construction work in the city of Brest.
Protests against it have turned anti-Semitic.
NCSEJ delegation met with President of Moldova Igor Dodon at the Presidential Administration Building, followed by a lunch with Speaker of the Parliament of Moldova Andrian Candu.
The project of opening the Jewish educational complex was a whopping $2.2 million.
The grand opening and mezuzah affixing ceremony and dedication of the large, new wing of the Children’s Home in Moscow was celebrated with great joy, led by the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar.
This coming Wednesday evening and Thursday day, thousands of Jews from hundreds of communities across the former Soviet Union will be celebrating the holiday of Purim in all of its pride and glory.
Out of 42 synagogues that once dominated the town’s landscape, Bobruisk synagogue, with its gorgeous undulating arches, is the only one that had any structure left.
In a modest yet impressive ceremony, a new pharmacy was opened under the approval of the Russian Ministry of Health.
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