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                  Anti-Semitism in Ukraine: Preliminary Results of the 2011 Monitoring
                  Anti-Semitism in Ukraine: Preliminary Results of the 2011 Monitoring
                  30.01.2012, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  Anti-Semitism in Ukraine: Preliminary Results of the 2011 Monitoring

                  New Anti-Semitism
                  New Anti-Semitism
                  16.01.2012, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism
                  There is no topic that interests sociologists more than anti-Semitism. New books and studies on this topic appear in droves, and not because of extreme anti-Semitic acts in the modern world. It can be definitely said that in America, in Russia, and of course,in Israel Jews today live safer and better than ever. But the the multitude of reasons, the diverse groundlessness, the rational and mystical background behind anti-Semitism make it a unique phenomenon.
                  EAJC General Council Chairman on the Support of Israel
                  EAJC General Council Chairman on the Support of Israel
                  12.08.2011, Communities of Eurasia

                  EAJC General Council chairman speaks on the influence a Diaspora community should wield over the government of its respective country.

                  Michael Chlenov: “New Anti-Semitism Has Not Yet Reached Russia”
                  Michael Chlenov: “New Anti-Semitism Has Not Yet Reached Russia”
                  27.07.2011, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  The correspondent of the Voice of America Russian service asked Euro-Asian Jewish Congress Secretary General, Professor Michael Chlenov to comment upon the attack on the Darkei Shalom synagogue.

                  The Hamas – Oops, Gaza – Flotilla
                  The Hamas – Oops, Gaza – Flotilla
                  30.06.2011, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism
                  David Harris' famous ''non-format'' article on the second ''Freedom Flottila''
                  EAJC General Council Member Comment: Hamas Apologetics by Lviv City Council Deputy
                  EAJC General Council Member Comment: Hamas Apologetics by Lviv City Council Deputy
                  09.06.2011
                  EAJC General Council Member Vyacheslav Likhachev comments upon the anti-Semitic speech of Yuri Mihalchishin, and examined the Deputy's competence, eloquence, and influence and position in the Galitchyna's political life.
                  Christology after Auschwitz: A Catholic Perspective
                  Christology after Auschwitz: A Catholic Perspective
                  05.06.2011

                  Musings on Christianity, Judaism, and the place of the Jews in the world from a Catholic standpoint.

                  Letter from a Bar Mitzvah Employee
                  Letter from a Bar Mitzvah Employee
                  03.06.2011

                  David Harris' musings on the AJC and his directorship of 13 years.

                  Jewish Magazines in the Post-Soviet Space: Brief Review and Classification
                  Jewish Magazines in the Post-Soviet Space: Brief Review and Classification
                  02.06.2011
                  There hundreds of Jewish periodicals (sometimes not even real periodicals) in the former post-Soviet space. Almost every Jewish organizations dreams of having its own, even a small one, printed publication. Most of them are departmental newsletters or modest papers with the circulation of factory newspapers. Along with that, one cannot help noticing a small but impressive body of magazines, many of which are radically different in their contents and printing quality from the general “budget-funded” background of the Jewish printed mass media.
                  Political Parties and Groups among the Jews of Poland and Western Ukraine in 1919–1939
                  Political Parties and Groups among the Jews of Poland and Western Ukraine in 1919–1939
                  30.05.2011
                  From the editor: the political spectrum of the Jewish organizations that emerged in Poland between the two wars became to a large degree the main factor in forming the range of views and opinions of the future of the Jewish life not only in the Diaspora but even in the yishuv. Therefore, we thought the political life of the Polish Jews in the above-mentioned years is of more than just regional significance and would be of interest to our readers.
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