'Israel, Protect Us!'Ukraine's Jews report attacks, threats accompanying current rebellion are getting worse, ask for Israeli security personnel.
Ukraine Synagogue Firebombed Amid ProtestsThe Giymat Rosa Synagogue in Zaporizhia, southeast of Kiev, was attacked by unknown individuals over the weekend.
Arrest Warrant Issued for YanukovychUkraine's new rulers launch probe over the "mass murder" of protesters in Kiev.
Russia Recalls Ukrainian Ambassador Amid UnrestRussia calls its ambassador to Ukraine back to Moscow for "consultations", cites "escalation of the situation."
Kharkov Rabbi: More Jews Seeking to Leave for IsraelIn special interview, Rabbi Moshe Moskowitz discusses the concerns of Jews in the city in the wake of the recent unrest in Kharkov.
Hatzalah Head: Ukraine Jews 'Miraculously Saved' on FridayRabbi Hillel Cohen, chairman of Hatzalah Ukraine, said that the situation there was calming down, but that there was still danger.
Ukraine: Parliament Speaker Elected Interim PresidentNewly elected parliament working double-time to stabilize Ukraine, has already enacted several big changes in just 24 hours.
Special Report: 'This is Not a Revolution - This is War'Arutz Sheva correspondent Ludmila Yuga, in Ukraine, reports from ground zero of the political upheaval.
Tymoshenko Greeted by Thousands in Central KievFreed former Ukrainian Prime Minister hails protesters as "heroes" after President Viktor Yanukovych flees Kiev.
Jewish Agency Pledges Emergency Aid to Jewish Groups in UkraineJewish Agency begins aid campaign to help secure Jewish communities affected by unrest in Ukraine.
Kiev: Protestors Storm Parliament; Yanukovych Cries 'Coup'Tensions boil over in Ukraine after President Viktor Yanukovych flees, denies rumors of stepping down.
Ukraine: Rumors of Presidential Resignation, Uncertainty LoomsConfusion reigns in Kiev as rumors fly that President Viktor Yanukovych has resigned and protestors have taken over the city.
Report: As Ukrainian Unrest Unfolds, Anti-Semitism RisesUkrainian police forces have been threatening Kiev's Jewish community, Arutz Sheva's Russian language sources reveal.
Jewish Residents of Kiev Receive ThreatsIn the wake of the unrest in Ukraine, Jewish residents of Kiev threatened by extremist elements.
Deal Reached to End Ukraine ViolenceUkraine's leader and opposition sign a deal to end the crisis that has left nearly 100 dead in three days.
Ukraine: Confusion Reigns Over Possible Peace DealViolence resumes as president releases statement saying compromise has been reached; opposition remains mum.
Tea With Neo-Nazis: The Violent Nationalism in UkraineThe violence in Ukraine is a show case of the pan-European rise of race hatred. Europe is engaging in a risky blindness. Again.
14 Dead as Ukraine Protests Turn ViolentRiot police in the Ukraine advance onto a central Kiev square occupied by protesters, after at least 14 die in a bloody day.
Scare: Grenade Safety Catch Found on Plane at Ben-Gurion AirportIsraeli passengers, authorities suffer scare after grenade safety catch found on plane at Ben-Gurion airport; investigation launched.
Failed Ukrainian Hijacker Charged in TurkeyIstanbul court charges Ukrainian over his failed attempt to force a Turkish airliner to land in Sochi.
Turkey Foils Plane HijackingTurkish F-16 makes a plane land in Istanbul after hijacker on board demands it fly to Sochi.
Moscow Accuses Washington of Interfering in Ukraine CrisisRussia accuses US of trying to shape Ukraine crisis to their liking after State Department representative remark leaks to foreign press.
Ukraine: Neo-Nazi Militia Leader Threatens 'Civil War'Concerns over increasing prominence of far-right militias in Ukraine's protest movement.
Ukraine: Yanukovych Caught Between EU, RussiaProtests continue in Ukraine as Opposition leaders call to oust President; government caught in tug-of-war between Russia, EU.
Kiev: Tensions Heat Up as High-Profile Activist Cries 'Torture'Activist surfaces bloody and broken after having gone missing for a week; protestors rally around him despite government concessions.
Kiev: President Calls 'Sick Leave,' Sparking SuspicionsPresident Viktor Yanukovych calls 'indefinite sick leave' in the midst of raging civil conflict; protestors warn of drastic gov't move.
Kiev: Parties Weigh Compromise on 'Brink of Civil War'Tensions slowly settling in Ukraine as parliamentarians warn of looming civil war.
Ukraine: Prime Minister ResignsMykola Azarov announces his resignation in the wake of the protests taking place in Kiev against President Viktor Yanukovych.
Kiev: Opposition Turns Down Power-Sharing AgreementOpposition leaders reject an offer of government posts from Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych as protests continue.
US Threatens Ukraine with Sanctions Over Kiev ViolenceAs police brutality reportedly reaches record high in anti-government protests, the US threatens economic consequences.
Ukraine: President, Opposition Leaders Meet After Protest DeathsThree protestors killed in anti-gov't protests; opposition threatens to 'go on attack' in 24 hours if gov't does not make concessions.
Violence Rages in Ukraine for Second Straight DayProtests explode as Ukrainian parliament moves to restrict freedom of expression. President Yanukovych now willing to talk.
Ukraine Bills Hassidim: $100 to Visit Rabbi Nachman's GraveProposed law condemned for fleecing visitors to Breslov Rabbi's tomb.
Kiev Stabbing Victim: 'We're Afraid to Leave Our Homes'Dov Ber Glickman, hareidi man stabbed in Kiev, recounts the horror he experienced and states that stabbing has frightened local Jewry.
Hareidi Man Stabbed in KievUnknown assailants stabbed a hareidi-religious man in Kiev as he returned from synagogue on Friday night.
Ukrainian Journalist Brutally BeatenHundreds rally outside the Interior Ministry in Kiev after local journalist and opposition activist is brutally beaten.
Kiev: Police Use Chainsaws Against Protest CampDuring coldest night of winter to date, Ukrainian riot police close on Independence Square to dismantle protesters' barricades.
Kiev: Protesters Threaten to Seal In President'Half a million' people take part in the two-week movement's biggest protest yet.
Kerry in Moldova Supports Ukrainian 'Spring'Kerry praises Moldova decision to shift from Russia towards EU, encourages Ukraine to listen to will of the people.
Kiev: Government Buildings Under SiegeThe number of protesters has grown and 'President Yanukovich has lost control of the center of Kiev.'
Kiev Rabbi: This is a RevolutionRabbi Moshe Azman of Chabad is worried that some of the country's recent violence will turn against the Jews.
Huge Protest in UkraineThousands of Ukrainians took to the streets of Kiev late on Saturday in a show of defiance directed at President Viktor Yanukovich.
Ukranian Game Show features Anti-Israel 'Blood Libel'Contestant claims to have been former IDF canine unit soldier, killed Arab children.
Kiev: 100,000 Rally, Demand to Join EUThe protest is reportedly the largest since the 2004 Orange Revolution. Putin accused the EU of blackmailing Ukraine.
Report: Israeli Victims in Ukraine Neo-Nazi AttacksAs neo-Nazi activity continues to rise in FSU, have racists unleashed an organized campaign of terror against foreigners in Ukraine?
Ukraine: Top-Level Meeting Ahead of Jewish PilgrimageHassidic rabbis meet Ukrainian leadership as annual pilgrimage to Uman is set to begin.
Hamas Rocket-Maker Goes on Hunger StrikeDirrar Abu-Sisi, captured in the Ukraine in an apparent Mossad operation, accused of helping Hamas develop its rocket capabilities.
Israeli Soccer Team Praised for the Decency Ukrainians LackedA stormy soccer match between Israel and Ukraine causes a stir. Reporters noted: "The human reflex was to do what the Israeli players did."
Chabad Women Visit Birthplace of Lubavitcher Rebbe's FatherDelegation of 70 women visit the Menorah Center in Ukraine: "We came to have pride in who we are, in what we are and in where we come from."
Kiev Hosts First-Ever Hebrew Song Contest in Former Soviet UnionTwelve talented candidates competed in Kiev this week in the first-ever Hebrew song contest to take place in the former Soviet Union.
Jewish Agency Board of Governors Meets for First Time in KievMeeting is an expression of solidarity with the Jews of the Ukraine
Pres. of Ukrainian Jewish Congress Targeted in Car BombingThe president of the Ukrainian Jewish Congress narrowly escaped death after he was targeted in bombing attempt in central Kiev.
Neo-Nazi Parties Threaten to 'Upend European Parliament'Anti-Defamation League urges United States Congress to mobilize a united voice against the return of political anti-Semitism.
Bankrupt Airline Leaves Israelis Stranded in UkraineDozens of Israelis have been stranded since Sunday in Kiev after the airline with which they had flown, AeroSvit, went bankrupt.
In Ukraine Town, Bar-Mitzvah and Shabbat Prayers, 70 Years LaterFor the first time since before World War II, Jews in the Ukranian town of Netishin held Shabbat services and celebrated a Bar-Mitzvah
Ukrainian Lawmaker Targets Jewish Actress with Racial SlurA Ukrainian lawmaker has provoked international condemnations after referring to Jewish actress Mila Kunis as a “dirty Jewess”.
Israel Launches Winter Tourism Campaign in RussiaIsrael has launched its annual winter tourism campaign, this year in Russia and Ukraine at a cost of NIS 8 million.