Ukraine village for Jewish refugees to officially open Monday
A ceremony marking the official opening of a village designed to provide emergency housing for Jewish refugees from the ongoing conflict in Ukraine is slated to take place on Monday.
The village, dubbed Anatevka after the fictitious village from "Fiddler on the Roof," is the brainchild of Chief Rabbi of Ukraine Moshe Azman.
Azman began raising money to construct Anatevka this summer, collecting $6 million from donors in Ukraine and abroad, which allowed building to begin earlier this month.
Source: Israel Hayom
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