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                  Israel should not expect anything new from Poland
                  Israel should not expect anything new from Poland
                  23.05.2019, Israel and the World

                  Though an effective campaign slogan, Polish refusal to consider restitution for Jewish property will continue beyond the elections since the current generation of Poles share their predecessors' view of Jews

                  Israel vs. Russia: The Middle East War That Could Become a Nuclear Train Wreck
                  Israel vs. Russia: The Middle East War That Could Become a Nuclear Train Wreck
                  21.05.2019

                  Could Israeli air strikes in Syria trigger war between Israel and Russia?

                  David Fishman: "The biggest problem with Putin is his foreign policy"
                  David Fishman: "The biggest problem with Putin is his foreign policy"
                  17.05.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  Five years ago there was a revolution in Ukraine and the most prominent Jews in Ukraine supported that revolution – very vocally and very visibly. Ukrainians remember that.

                  Putin calls Ukrainians ‘fascists.’ They’re about to swear in a Jewish president
                  Putin calls Ukrainians ‘fascists.’ They’re about to swear in a Jewish president
                  14.05.2019, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  Most Ukrainians disavow anti-Semitic views and right-wing extremism. This is bad news for the Kremlin propagandists who try to use the crimes of yesterday’s minority to obscure the achievements of today’s majority. More importantly, it is good news for Ukraine, and for its small but resilient Jewish communities that now enjoy representation at the highest levels.

                  Who are the Jews of Ukraine
                  Who are the Jews of Ukraine
                  14.05.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  Jewish presence in Ukraine predates the first recorded use of the country’s name.

                  Ukraine-Israel relations on the upswing, but challenges remain
                  Ukraine-Israel relations on the upswing, but challenges remain
                  10.05.2019

                  “We must slip out from the blinders of Soviet and Russian propaganda and not spread fakes that will poison the history of the Ukrainian and Jewish peoples,” said Perto Poroshenko.

                  It’s Time for Jews to Embrace Our Ukrainian Identity
                  It’s Time for Jews to Embrace Our Ukrainian Identity
                  06.05.2019, Israel and the World

                  “Ukrainian Jews” is a relatively new concept, but one whose time has come.

                  How young Jews from the FSU are making the transition to Jewish life in Canada
                  How young Jews from the FSU are making the transition to Jewish life in Canada
                  03.05.2019

                  Many of the other Russian-speaking Jews shared this disconnect to Judaism, especially as children. For many Jewish people living in the Soviet Union, this meant their Judaism had to take a back seat.

                  After Victory, Putin Steps Into Syrian Minefield
                  After Victory, Putin Steps Into Syrian Minefield
                  02.05.2019, Israel and the World

                  Caught between a stalling U.S. pullout, Israeli 'alliance' and Idlib militias, Russian president finds his monopoly over Assad's resurgence may require some flexibility.

                  The Ukrainian-Jewish relationship is solid
                  The Ukrainian-Jewish relationship is solid
                  01.05.2019, Communities of Eurasia

                  In recent years, Western and Israeli media have extensively covered the rare incidents of vandalism of Jewish sites in Ukraine, yet too often ignored calls by the country’s Jewish leaders to take a deeper look at the positive evolution of the Ukrainian-Jewish relationship.

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