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From Prague to Sydney: A refugee’s fondness for the language she hated

Fifty-five years after the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia, JANA VYTRHLIK finds surprising pleasure speaking Russian.

The first haggadah in Ukrainian marks a community’s break with Russia

Ukraine’s Jewish community has long been Russian speaking but this year the festival of freedom called from liberation from the language of oppressors.

Organisers claim 300,000 attend largest rally yet; ex-PM Barak urges civil disobedience

Mossad workers reportedly permitted to take part in anti-overhaul protests; Russian speakers join protest: ‘we know what it’s like without democracy’.

Ukrainian Jews have historically spoken Russian. The war is changing that.

New translation of Jewish texts into Ukrainian are part of a cultural change as a result of the war.

Israel to begin classifying non-Arab gentile citizens as ‘extended Jewish’

Change by statistics bureau to affect over 400,000 Israelis, most of them Russian-speakers not defined as Jewish and non-Arab Christians

From world 114 to 18: Karatsev now in the big three at the Australian Open

A year ago, Aslan Karatsev was an unknown qualifier; in 2022 he joins Diego Schwartzman and Denis Shapovalov as one of three Jewish-born men's players in the top 20

Aslan Karatsev’s year to remember: from 112th in the world to 18th

The Israeli-Russian tennis player has capped an extraordinary year by beating his compatriot Andrey Rublev to win in Dubai, providing a great launching pad for the 2022 Australian Open

Tennis sensation Karatsev could make Top 30, predicts his ex-coach

The unknown Israeli-Russian player Aslan Karatsev, who reached the semi-finals of this year’s Australian Open, has the maturity and resilience to go even further, his junior coach tells Michael Visontay

More US Democrats call out Israel for not vaccinating Palestinians

Senior PA health official says they are hesitant about using Russian vaccine

Israeli shops to open on Sunday; hospital orders 1.5m doses of Russian vaccine

Relaxation occurs as Health Ministry says infection rate on the rise; Hadassah Medical Organisation CEO believes fears of the vaccine are unfounded

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