Exposing Israelis to radical feminism
The controversial Ukrainian anti-sexism protest movement FEMEN opens a branch in Israel.
Jewish mayor of east Ukraine city shot and wounded. Hennady Kernes, the mayor of Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv, is said to be fighting for his life.
Report: Separatists in east Ukraine town of Donetsk order Jews to register. Measure due to the alleged support of Jews for Kiev and their hostility “to the Orthodox Donetsk republic and its citizens.”
Update: Flier calling on Donetsk Jews to register now widely seen as fake
The wind that shook prestate Israel’s emigrants to Crimea: In 1928, around a hundred Jews left Mandatory Palestine for Crimea, then an outpost of Stalin’s Russia. Not the greatest idea.
When Ukraine was run by Jews: Once upon a time, the Khazar Kingdom’s ruling elite decided Judaism was the one true religion.
At Israeli hospitals, victims of Ukraine conflict find themselves in experienced hands: Artem Zapototskyi, shot at a ‘peaceful demonstration’ in Kiev, is one of 10 Ukrainians who were airlifted to Israel for treatment.
Why are Ukraine and Russia fighting over Crimea? Why is the Crimean peninsula part of Ukraine? How come Russia still has soldiers there? Here is a short guide for the perplexed.
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