According to Sofa Landver, Israel’s Minister of Immigrant Absorption, addressing a packed audience at the Limmud FSU conference for Russian-speaking young Jewish adults at the Klyasma Resort Center near Moscow, on Thursday 19 April
Moscow’s seventh Limmud FSU conference for Russian-speaking Jews opens today at the Klyazma retreat center near Moscow. One of the central themes will focus on Russia as a society undergoing change, both in general and in particular for its...
Limmud FSU Moscow will begin Thursday and run through April 22. Some 1,000 participants are registered for the conference, which is designed to bring young Russian-speaking Jews closer to Jewish history and culture.
With the goal of helping to bridge their disconnect from the American Jewish community, over 500 Russian-Jewish-American young adults will gather at Princeton University.