Ilya Bezruchko
Former editor and anchor of Jewish News 1 channel

Kharkiv Jews are not afraid of Putin’s war

Photo made by Kharkiv Jewish community (CC)

According to the Ambassador of the State of Israel to Ukraine, Michael Brodsky, as a result of a night attack on Kharkiv, the synagogue building and the rabbi’s house were damaged.

Photo made by Kharkiv Jewish community (CC)

Fortunately, no community members were injured. Despite what happened, the Kharkiv community is preparing to celebrate the holiday of Simchat Torah this evening.

Photo made by Kharkiv Jewish community (CC)

The Russian forces launched a missile attack on Kharkiv around 7 a.m. on October 6. The occupiers hit the housing infrastructure, resulting in the death of one child (10 y.o.) and his grandmother and injury to more than 20 other people.

Yesterday, Russian troops launched a missile attack on a village in the Kharkiv region. The attack on the village of Groza became the most massive in terms of the number of deaths in the Kharkiv region since the beginning of the war. About 15% of the residents of the village died. So far, 51 deaths are known.

About the Author
Ilya Bezruchko is CEO of the co-working network in Ukraine, a blogger and the Jewish activist.
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