The March of the Living should be moved from Poland in response to its parliament’s new bill banning terms like “Polish death camps,” the rabbi wrote.
Skeletons were strewn over the landscape until a public outcry caused a temporary stoppage. Can the Jews of Lviv still save their cemeteries?
A Hanukkah menorah at a synagogue in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev was doused with red liquid resembling blood and vandalized.
Tens of thousands of Jews are living across the former Soviet Union, struggling to get by, hoping that someone will remember them for life.
The name tag of a Chabad rabbi in Crimea said that he was from Russia, causing an international incident.
The incident follows several cases of death threats and vandalism against Jewish institutions in western Ukraine.
Mila Kunis tried to visit her childhood home in Ukraine but a local who opened the door wouldn’t let them in.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in a post on Twitter mistakenly used a picture of Jews being deported by Nazis.
During Petliura’s time as head of the Ukrainian People’s Republic, 35,000 to 50,000 Jews were killed in a series of pogroms between 1918 and 1921.
An activist against fascism who sued a Ukrainian municipality for naming a street for a Nazi SS officer has come under a campaign of intimidation