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                  Chairs with fake money placed atop former Jewish cemetery in Lithuania
                  Chairs with fake money placed atop former Jewish cemetery in Lithuania
                  04.05.2020, Jewish Communities

                  Display organized by tourism bosses meant to underline how much cash is being lost by delays linked to Jewish groups’ protests over planned.

                  In Moldova, Jewish teens go to schools to dispel anti-Semitic stereotypes
                  In Moldova, Jewish teens go to schools to dispel anti-Semitic stereotypes
                  10.02.2020, Jewish Communities

                  Program called Likrat Moldova brings together Jewish and Christian Moldovan teenagers in an effort to to dispel the negative and sometimes insidious myths about Jews that have permeated Moldovan society for centuries.

                  Over 100 Claimants in the Vilnius Palace of Concerts and Sports Case and a Request for Evidence
                  Over 100 Claimants in the Vilnius Palace of Concerts and Sports Case and a Request for Evidence
                  10.02.2020, Jewish Communities

                  At the beginning of 2019, an Israeli citizen, whose ancestors are buried in Vilnius, filed a preventive claim to the Vilnius City District Court requesting for the reconstruction of the Vilnius Palace of Concerts and Sports building to be forbidden.

                  Majestic ice menorah ready for Hanukkah in freezing Siberia
                  Majestic ice menorah ready for Hanukkah in freezing Siberia
                  24.12.2019, Jewish Communities

                  The menorah is expected to stand outside the synagogue in Tomsk until it warms up around Pesach.

                  For the Thirtieth Time: The Miracles in Those Days in These Times
                  For the Thirtieth Time: The Miracles in Those Days in These Times
                  23.12.2019, Jewish Communities

                  First Chanuka candle lit by Chief Rabbi of Russia.

                  YAHAD Fuels FSU Volunteering
                  YAHAD Fuels FSU Volunteering
                  13.12.2019, Jewish Communities

                  Over 600 Jewish young adults across the FSU will run about 35 volunteer projects this Chanukah as part of a “Good Deeds Week” introduced by FJC’s YAHAD platform.
                   

                  Miami and Rostov Bat Mitzvah Girls Celebrate Together
                  Miami and Rostov Bat Mitzvah Girls Celebrate Together
                  03.12.2019, Jewish Communities

                  Experience moves twelve bat mitzvah girls from different backgrounds

                  EnerJew Inspires Coordinators at Baku Seminar
                  EnerJew Inspires Coordinators at Baku Seminar
                  25.11.2019, Jewish Communities

                  85 young coordinators of the EnerJew youth movement from eight FSU countries, came together last week in Baku, Azerbaijan for a five-day inspirational training seminar.

                  Jewish leaders applaud Azerbaijani multiculturalism at World Religious Leaders Summit
                  Jewish leaders applaud Azerbaijani multiculturalism at World Religious Leaders Summit
                  22.11.2019, Jewish Communities

                  Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev maintained that “electronic communications, social networks and mass media have created grounds to turn hatred to a widespread system around the world” with “hate speech provoking instability around, incites war crimes and genocide.”

                  7th Darkeinu Olympics Off to a Great Start
                  7th Darkeinu Olympics Off to a Great Start
                  19.11.2019, Jewish Communities

                  Over 2,000 Jewish school and kindergarten students from 8 countries competed in the first round of FSU’s Darkeinu’s Olympics contest that finished yesterday.

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