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Ritual baths will serve a large and growing Jewish community in Russia’s capital
“There are many organizations in the Jewish world now that are hungry for really talented, energetic leadership at the entry level or at the senior executive level,” Mimi Kravetz of Hillel said.
Marco Rubio, 44, is one of only five remaining candidates left on a stage that has become a reality television show for the ages– the 2016 Republican nomination process.
Hundreds of community members and guests participated lately in the festive inauguration of a renewed Torah scroll, donated to the historical grand Synagogue of Bobruisk, Belarus
In a decision that has been repeated in many cities in the Former Soviet Union, authorities are restoring to Jewish communities synagogue buildings that were confiscated back in the prewar years.
Participants in the program, typically high school students, walk the 3-kilometer path from Auschwitz to Birkenau on Holocaust Remembrance Day before touring the Nazi death factory.
British Jewish publisher and philanthropist Lord George Weidenfeld died at age 96.
''Not wearing the kippa can save lives and nothing is more important,'' Marseilles Jewish community leader Zvi Ammar said.
EnerJew, FJC’s Jewish youth movement across the FSU, announces the opening of a new branch in the city of Briansk, Russia.
Youngsters and students from the Jewish community of Kherson, Ukraine, set out last week to show their respect for the deceased members of the community by cleaning up and renovating the local Jewish cemetery where they are buried.
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