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Dnepropetrovsk Jewish Community Targets City’s 16-30 Year Olds

Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine

(lubavitch.com) Poster ads along Dnepropetrovsk’s main drags call on the city’s Jewish 16-30 year olds with the promise of $1000 UAH if they join a one-month Judaic studies course.

Melach Balabanov, who is leading the program sponsored by the Jewish community, says the idea is to attract young Jews who as of yet do not participate in any Jewish educational programs.

Participants producing documents verifying their Jewish lineage will be offered a free ten-day trip to Israel with Taglit’s birthright israel at the conclusion of the study program. 

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