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A square in Jerusalem was named after Elie Wiesel

A monument to a Jewish writer, journalist, and Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel was unveiled on the campus of the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem on Dember 1st. The ceremony was attended by University President Professor Asher Cohen, Chairman of the Board

EAJC: Distortion of Ideas About Judaism is Unacceptable

On October 26, the Russian edition ‘Argumenty i Fakty’ published an article by Lieutenant General Alexei Pavlov, Assistant Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation. The author of the article under the heading “What is cooked in the “witch’s cauldron”” calls the supporters of

Minsk Hillel restores Jewish cemeteries in Belarus

Students of Hillel Minsk – the branch of the international student Jewish organization – are continuing a ‘MEGA’ project aimed to restore Jewish cemeteries in Belarus. The Euro-Asian Jewish Congress supported the initiative since its beginning more than seven years ago. Hillel’s students and volunteers

Holocaust memorial opened in Moldova

On September 29, the opening ceremony of the monument, deidacated to the memory of thousands of Jews killed during the Holocaust, took place in the Kosaut forest near the town of Soroca in Moldova. The memorial was erected on the site were 6,300 Jews were executed

Shana Tova from EAJC!

Dear friends! The past year has been extraordinarily difficult. Hard trials continue to fall on most of the mankind and the world Jewish community as well. This year, many had to experience unprecedented difficulties, realize the value of human life and once again recall eternal