Euroasian Jewish News
A new Torah Scroll celebration took place in Bobruisk, Belarus for the first time in almost a hundred years on Sunday.
The FJC of Russia signed an agreement with the country’s Federal Corrections Authority (FCA) about visiting Jewish prisoners in Moscow jails recently.
Teachers and pedagogical staff of Russian-language Jewish schools throughout the FSU and Israel gathered in Odesa, Ukraine last month for an educational seminar run by FJC’s Darkeinu curriculum.
During the summer, the beaches of this Baltic resort city fill up with sunbathers in designer swimwear who stay long after sunset to dance and drink at dozens of seaside DJ stages.
Man praying near grave of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov in Uman stabbed during Shabbat - by a fellow worshipper.
The Shabbat Project is a grassroots movement that unites Jews internationally for an annual authentic Shabbat experience, and this year EnerJew is joining in with unique events, local atmosphere and genuine excitement.
A rabbi in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is opening there what he says is the city’s first yeshiva, or Jewish religious seminary, since World War II.
It isn’t only a new school year for Tbilisi’s Jewish students. It’s an entirely new experience
Hundreds attend ceremony at Wooden Synagogue in Chisinau, bringing number of Jewish houses of worship in country to 4
In a mountainous region in Azerbaijan, there is a small unique and intriguing Jewish settlement remaining.
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