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Making a great impact in strengthening Jewish identity through a unique educational experience featuring Jewish history and culture, the 2012 Limmud FSU conference, a first, represented the beginning of a substantial relationship, connecting Moldovans, Israel, and the Jewish people.
Revolutionizing pluralistic Jewish engagement, Limmud FSU brought a festival of Jewish learning, featuring a packed program of lectures, workshops, round-table discussions, music and a wide-range of cultural events to this small Eastern European country.
Limmud FSU Moldova strives to reconnect young Jewish adults with their centuries old Jewish roots and Judaic traditions. Through the Limmud FSU experience and future festivals, young Moldovan Jews can continue their efforts to build a sustainable Jewish future.
Learn more at www.jcm.md
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Before the Holocaust, half of Chisinau’s 125,000 inhabitants were Jews. Many had stayed despite the pogrom and a second that followed in 1905, but the community was all but wiped out by Romanian troops who deported 300,000 Jews from...
LIMMUD FSU CONFERENCE MOLDOVA 2012
Over 300 Jews of all ages from Moldova, southern Ukraine, Belarus and Russia gathered in the city of Chisinau for a long weekend of Limmud FSU from May 23 to 25.