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                  Teaching Hebrew in the FSU: an Insider's View
                  Teaching Hebrew in the FSU: an Insider's View
                  18.02.2010, Education

                  Although in the last 20 years significant results in Hebrew education were achieved, the part of the Jewish population with access to quality services in this field remains extremely mall. There is also a very small percentage of Jews interested in receiving this kind of services. In order to break this tendency and to make the “symbol of belonging to the Jewish world” become familiar to most Jews, local and Israeli organizations, both professional and public, must take coordinated proactive measures.

                  Latest development and prospects of the «Khazar Project»
                  Latest development and prospects of the «Khazar Project»
                  18.02.2010, Education

                  The studies undertaken within the framework of the Khazar Project in the southern part of the Eastern Europe, beginning in 2000, were triggered at the time of the rebirth of the Jewish education system in the new Russia.

                  “Limmud” project in the context of the development of the informal Jewish education system
                  “Limmud” project in the context of the development of the informal Jewish education system
                  08.02.2010, Education

                  Over the last twenty years, the Jewish community of Russia, which plays a significant role in the socio-political life of the country, has come a long way from underground existence to the most dynamically developing Jewish communities of the world.

                  Twenty years after
                  Twenty years after
                  29.01.2010, Communities of Eurasia

                  May, 2009 we reached an emblematic date in the recent Jewish history – the twenty years anniversary of the All-Union Round Table on the problems of Soviet Jewry.

                  JDC in the CIS: What's up?
                  JDC in the CIS: What's up?
                  25.11.2009, Communities of Eurasia

                  The New York newspaper “My Zdyes”(We Are Here) has recently published an extensive analytical report on the matter, prepared by a group of Israeli and Russian experts speaking on condition of anonymity, ordered by Moscow entrepreneurs who are deeply involved in Jewish philanthropic activities.

                  Jewish Culture in Russia: an Insider’s View
                  Jewish Culture in Russia: an Insider’s View
                  25.11.2009, Communities of Eurasia

                  Lack of an intellectual elite, of a tradition of learning and interpreting texts, and of a common cultural canon, relevant to the given place and time, leads to atrophy of the cultural languages and therefore to loss of values and blurring of moral and ethical boundaries.

                  Anti-Semitism in Moldova
                  Anti-Semitism in Moldova
                  25.11.2009, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  The peculiarities of the Holocaust in the Rumanian-occupied zone are the probable main topic for historical anti-Semitic statements in Moldova.

                  Three Problems with Jewish Cemeteries
                  Three Problems with Jewish Cemeteries
                  25.11.2009, Communities of Eurasia

                  The Jewish community has three pillars to stand on: prayer in synagogues, Torah studies, and burial according to Jewish customs.

                  Russian Jews – the variants of the future
                  Russian Jews – the variants of the future
                  19.10.2009, Communities of Eurasia

                  Russian-speaking Jewish communities nowadays consist of those who we call “Russian Jews”- they are the Jews of the USSR.

                  The Restitution of Jewish Propriety in Ukraine
                  The Restitution of Jewish Propriety in Ukraine
                  16.10.2009, Restitution

                  The recognition of property rights is one of the most important components of social relations. What self-evidence is there that the inviolability of property rights in the sense of biblical heritage is very important for the entire history of Judaist-Christian civilization?

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