Shalom! My name is Dmitry, and I am 20 years old. I currently live in New York, but I was born in Kishinev, the capital of Moldova, where I lived until I came to the U.S.
Hi! My name is Regina Shtauber — now known as Rochel. I’d like to tell you my story — I think you’ll find it interesting.
When Mariana’s eyes met those of Rabbi and Mrs. Abelsky under the chupa, tears of joy rolled down the cheeks of all three. A circle was closed, but it’s not the end, just the beautiful
Little four-year old Sophia Mordkovitch looks like any other child who attends our day school in Kishinev
We are sending you this copy of our magazine, Orot Bemedina, to let you know about the exciting things that Jewish Community Chabad Lubavitch of Moldova is doing. We are sure that you will find it very interesting. The historic Jewish community of Moldova has survived the terrors of Nazi genocide and Soviet repression, and thanks to the heroic efforts of Chabad Lubavitch it is starting to thrive once again. If you would like to be a part of this unfolding success story, please be in touch with Friends of Kishinev Jewry at: firstname.lastname@example.org