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                  Vyacheslav Likhachev: not a single case of anti-Semitic violence was recorded in Ukraine
                  Vyacheslav Likhachev: not a single case of anti-Semitic violence was recorded in Ukraine
                  13.09.2018, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  As a person who monitors hate crimes, I can say here that the dynamics in the sphere of anti-Semitic crimes in the last 15 years do exist, of course. A certain level of vandalism is recorded in Ukraine, like in any other European country. But in 2017 not a single case of anti-Semitic violence was recorded in Ukraine.

                  What is Happening around Babyn Yar Today?
                  What is Happening around Babyn Yar Today?
                  03.09.2018, Heritage

                  We suspect, and not without good ground, that this project is meeting some important political goals of today’s Russia in her real war on Ukraine and in the information war and the distortion of the image of Ukraine that Russia is trying to impose on the whole world.

                  Hitler killed Yiddish — now these scholars are trying to revive the culture
                  Hitler killed Yiddish — now these scholars are trying to revive the culture
                  31.08.2018, Education

                  110 years after the first Yiddishist symposium, academics reconvene in Ukraine to preserve a language that saw half its native speakers die in the Holocaust.

                  Josef Zissels: “We continue to implement our traditional programs as much as possible”
                  Josef Zissels: “We continue to implement our traditional programs as much as possible”
                  07.02.2018, Communities of Eurasia

                  The editors of the jewseurasia.org website have approached the Chairman of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) Program Committee, one of the Congress founders, Josef Zissels to ask for his comments on the current situation within the EAJC.

                  Manifestations of Antisemitism in Ukraine: Monitoring results from January-June 2017
                  Manifestations of Antisemitism in Ukraine: Monitoring results from January-June 2017
                  10.08.2017, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  There were no known cases of violence on the grounds of antisemitism in January-June 2017.

                  Israel is losing support among minorities
                  Israel is losing support among minorities
                  03.07.2017

                  What does Israel stand to lose?

                  The weakness of Diaspora Jews does them in
                  The weakness of Diaspora Jews does them in
                  26.06.2017, Heritage

                  In the dispute over egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall, conversion and other matters of religion and state, the haredi (ultra-Orthodox) parties have strength.

                  Diplomatic tightrope and historical memory: Ukraine-Israel foreign policy audit
                  Diplomatic tightrope and historical memory: Ukraine-Israel foreign policy audit
                  25.06.2017, Israel and the World

                  There is no other country in the world where so much of the political elite have Ukrainian origins

                  The Israeli Diaspora in Ukraine: Structure, Dynamics, and Identity
                  The Israeli Diaspora in Ukraine: Structure, Dynamics, and Identity
                  13.04.2017, Communities of Eurasia

                  The project was implemented by the Lukshtein Center of Jewish Education in the Diaspora (Bar-Ilan University, Israel) with the support from the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress.

                  Iran, uranium and Israel’s stakes in Kazakhstan’s leadership transition
                  Iran, uranium and Israel’s stakes in Kazakhstan’s leadership transition
                  16.03.2017, Israel and the World

                  The astute Kazakh president is likely to strike a careful balance between the interests of Jerusalem and Tehran.

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