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                  Give Ukraine a Chance
                  Give Ukraine a Chance
                  25.04.2014, Communities of Eurasia

                  Like other countries, Ukraine and its people should have the right to choose their own destiny as a sovereign, democratic nation.

                  The Jewish Division of Ukraine’s Heaven’s Hundred
                  The Jewish Division of Ukraine’s Heaven’s Hundred
                  11.03.2014, Communities of Eurasia
                  Those who died at the Maidan are called the Heaven’s Hundred in Ukraine, because a “hundred” was the structural unit of Maidan’s Self Defense Forces. It is largely a symbolic name - not all of those murdered in the death throes of the criminal regime were active participants of these groups, which were created over the three months of protests. But the name stuck nonetheless. It has been proposed to rename Institutskaya street, covered in blood on February 20th, the day of the massacre, into Heaven’s Hundred Street. I am certain that someday I will show my children a memorial to the Heaven’s Hundred. It will be on the Maidan, restored after the battles and washed of grime. I will lay flowers and a small stone at the monument, as it is done in the Jewish tradition, and will keep my silence for some time, for I do not know how to pray.
                  Fascism, Russia, and Ukraine
                  Fascism, Russia, and Ukraine
                  21.02.2014
                  The students were the first to protest against the regime of President Viktor Yanukovych on the Maidan, the central square in Kiev, last November. These were the Ukrainians with the most to lose, the young people who unreflectively thought of themselves as Europeans and who wished for themselves a life, and a Ukrainian homeland, that were European. Many of them were politically on the left, some of them radically so. After years of negotiation and months of promises, their government, under President Yanukovych, had at the last moment failed to sign a major trade agreement with the European Union.
                  'It was worth living in this country to experience Maidan'
                  'It was worth living in this country to experience Maidan'
                  13.02.2014, Communities of Eurasia

                  Wearing a kasket cap instead of a kippah in public is a typical Jewish look – this young man could pass as a teacher of national-religious yeshiva, and yet – he is one of the key people in a complex defense system of Maidan and the barricades on Hrushevskoho Street.

                  Anti-Semitism and the Ukrainian Political Crisis
                  Anti-Semitism and the Ukrainian Political Crisis
                  11.02.2014, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  Against the backdrop of global events in which hundreds of thousands people are involved, the problems of anti-Semitism and the safety of the Jewish community naturally become relevant.

                  Anti-Semitism on EuroMaidan: Not seen, just heard about
                  Anti-Semitism on EuroMaidan: Not seen, just heard about
                  04.02.2014, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  Those who fabricate a purported surge in anti-Semitic attacks and present a movement of Ukrainians from different ethnic, religious and social backgrounds as some kind of extremist mob have their own very dangerous motives. The facts are against them.

                  Open Address to the Jews of the World
                  Open Address to the Jews of the World
                  03.02.2014, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  Two months ago, the citizens of Ukraine, who have snatched a few breaths of the air of freedom over the last twenty years, went out to a square with one demand: to stop the country from becoming a dictatorship and to return hope for a brighter future to its people. Since then they have been standing at Kyiv's Maidan and many other squares all over the country. It is not just Ukrainians who are making the stand, but also Russians, Armenians, Belarusians, Crimean Tatars. And the Jews are standing as well.

                  Love and Hatred in Kiev
                  Love and Hatred in Kiev
                  31.01.2014, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism
                  KIEV, Ukraine — It has been severely cold here lately, with temperatures dipping below freezing night after night. What sustains the protesters at Independence Square in weather this bleak can only come from inside: an exceptionally hot mix of despair, hope, self-sacrifice and hatred.
                  We Care About Ukraine
                  We Care About Ukraine
                  30.01.2014, Israel and the World

                  We Jews cannot forget millennium-long atrocities and persecutions and we shall never forget about the Holocaust. But we also remember our struggle for freedom and independence. Zionism is a Jewish national movement or Jewish nationalism that proved to have been capable of reviving the Jewish national state on its biblical land.

                  Anti-Semitism as a Weapon of Political Technology
                  Anti-Semitism as a Weapon of Political Technology
                  27.01.2014, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  If the opposition gives no real reasons for accusations of anti-Semitism, they can be initiated

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