It’s not the first time this year that using the Holocaust as a theme on a Russian entertainment television has stirred up controversy.
A stroll through Brighton Beach shows that U.S. Russian-speakers are a lot like other white Americans: They fear high taxes that will ultimately benefit other groups.
'The Russian-Jewish Cookbook: Recollections and Recipes of Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union' offers a glimpse into the kitchens and rich cultural world of Russians speakers who immigrated to Israel as children.
The corruption charges against Yisrael Beiteinu bigwigs can open the door for true leaders of the community, even if Russian-speakers don’t have their ‘own party’ anymore.
Russian-American writer Masha Gessen’s 'Where the Jews Aren't' tells the story of the failed Jewish Autonomous Region in Birobidzhan without being treacly or preachy.
14-year-old Samuel Gumeniuk has lived with his uncle's family for eight years, the last two of them in Israel. While his uncle and aunt received citizenship and their children have temporary resident status, Samuel lacks any legal status. Now he must leave within two weeks.
A city court has scrapped the The Jewish Community of Cherepovets from the national register of nonprofit organizations, citing its repeated failures to file requisite financial activity reports.
The government incites against a municipality that is only trying to do its job — providing services to the city’s residents — and is not responsible for their arrival.
The borders of Abkhazian cuisine, like the political borders of that conflicted region, are hard to define. Lea Ocheri and Bella Chanan try to pin it down.
Exhibition, titled 'Elie Wiesel, from Sighet to Moscow via France and Israel,' was launched by Limmud FSU, which organizes Jewish learning conferences in over a dozen countries with large populations of Russian-speaking Jews.