The event honored the contributions of Russian-speaking immigrants to Israel in film, media, art, politics and technology.
By Marcy Oster
An office to help Russian immigrants to Israel and other countries prove their Jewish status has opened in Moscow. More ▸
By Toby Axelrod
While the immigration from the former Soviet Union has transformed Germany’s Jewish community, it also has brought with it the need for more rabbis, outreach to unaffiliated Jews and questions about how to deal with those who are not halachically Jewish but who want to be part of the Jewish community. More ▸