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                  September 19: Rebirth of the estonian jewish community
                  September 19: Rebirth of the estonian jewish community
                  19.09.2019

                  The new Tallinn synagogue, first one after the Holocaust, established  in Estonia on this date in 2005.

                  With Putin cracking down on democracy, Russian Jews are increasingly moving to Israel
                  With Putin cracking down on democracy, Russian Jews are increasingly moving to Israel
                  19.09.2019, Russia

                  The sense that Russia is growing increasingly illiberal is helping drive a surge of emigration by Jews there to Israel in the past four years.

                  Historic Belarus Synagogue Restored To Jewish Hands
                  Historic Belarus Synagogue Restored To Jewish Hands
                  18.09.2019, Jewish Communities

                  Seventy-eight years after Nazis threw out Jews from Hekdesh Shul, the Jewish community buys building back.

                  Petersburg Synagogue Takes Part in Siege of Leningrad Commemorations
                  Petersburg Synagogue Takes Part in Siege of Leningrad Commemorations
                  18.09.2019

                  The Petersburg Grand Choral Synagogue participated in the city-wide commemoration of the Siege of Leningrad and the thousands of lives it has taken last week, among them many Jewish ones.

                  Magnificent Mikvah Opens in Southern Russia
                  Magnificent Mikvah Opens in Southern Russia
                  17.09.2019, Russia

                  Rabbi Yisrael Melamed led a celebration opening a magnificent new Mikvah and the inauguration of a historic synagogue in the city of Astrakhan in southern Russia.

                  150-year old Torah Scroll Survivor Innagurated in Kharkov
                  150-year old Torah Scroll Survivor Innagurated in Kharkov
                  17.09.2019, Ukraine

                  A touching celebration of Jewish continuity and vivacity took place in Kharkov, Ukraine recently – a 150-year old Torah Scroll was restored and inaugurated at the local community by the original owner’s 6th generation descendant in honor of his upcoming wedding.

                  A Holocaust monument in Ukraine was vandalized
                  A Holocaust monument in Ukraine was vandalized
                  17.09.2019, Ukraine

                  A Holocaust monument in Ukraine was vandalized with graffiti and a note threatening another genocide.

                  Statement of the Vaad of Ukraine in support of the Initiative Group to preserve memory of Sambir Nazi victims
                  Statement of the Vaad of Ukraine in support of the Initiative Group to preserve memory of Sambir Nazi victims
                  16.09.2019, Ukraine
                  Coordination Council of the Vaad of Ukraine is hereby expressing full confidence in and support of the Ukrainian Jewish Encounter, the Kiev City Jewish Community and Rabbi Yaakov Dov Bleich in their efforts to memorialize Nazi victims and organize the mourning ceremony in Sambir.
                  Netanyahu in Sochi: Talking to Putin, digging at Liberman
                  Netanyahu in Sochi: Talking to Putin, digging at Liberman
                  16.09.2019, Russia

                  The prime minister makes a quick pre-election sortie to meet with the Russian president, and ends up with plenty of time for self-reflection.

                  Holocaust Museum will be established in Chernivtsi
                  Holocaust Museum will be established in Chernivtsi
                  13.09.2019, Ukraine

                  The Association of Jewish Organizations and Communities with the support of donors reconstructed Jewish memorial in order to establish a Holocaust Museum of Bukovinian Jews.

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