This Passover, I attended a seder at Kyiv’s Central Brodsky Synagogue.
I wish more prominent world leaders would not only visit Ukraine but also become harsher and more decisive in their attempts to stop all the war monstrosities.
The story of Passover is about freedom and sacrifices made on the road to liberation, and this year it seems more relevant than ever. It might as well be about Ukraine.
When I met Moshe Azman, he identified himself not only as the rabbi of Kyiv’s central synagogue, but also as the Chief Rabbi of Ukraine.
We can’t get over the shock that the Russian army keeps destroying the lives and homes of peaceful Ukrainians, burning Ukrainian cities and towns to the ground.
It’s troublesome when the food is supposedly for people, but they are not there to purchase it.
While prominent international designers were busy doing major shows in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, Ukrainian designers have been using their sewing skills to support the Ukrainian army.
We fled our homes and our beloved cities not knowing if we would ever return. And this makes us refugees.
Despite feeling constant danger, life seems to go on.