The synagogue is part of a larger complex being built by the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center, which is slated to include a research center and museum
Sam Sokol is a reporter for Haaretz. He was previously a correspondent at the Jerusalem Post and has reported for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, the Israel Broadcasting Authority and the Times of Israel. He is the author of Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews.
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