Euroasian Jewish News
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.
The walls that remained from the synagogue that once stood in Bobruisk, Belarus had stood forlorn, no longer able to contain the beating heart of the once bustling Jewish shtetl.
The Jewish Community of Lithuania temporarily closed the only functioning synagogue of the capital Vilnius, citing security issues that may be connected to a debate about the honoring of Nazi collaborators.
Russia’s Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar was honored with affixing the mezuzah to the main shul’s entrance.
The dedication of a Torah scroll at the restored Choral synagogue took place last Wednesday in the Ukrainian town of Drohobych.
In the presence of the Ukrainian Foreign Minister, The Attorney-General of Ukraine announced that he will pay a tribute to Mordechai Hayehudi.
New eatery in Jewish area in central Baku will combine Azeri cuisine with Middle Eastern Israeli dishes.
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