Chometz Burned in Moscow’s Marina Roshcha Shul

Photos: Levi Nazarov

Chief Rabbi of Russia Rabbi Berel Lazar sold the chametz of the Russian Jewish community to a non-Jew. Subsequently, all remaining chometz was burned in the courtyard of the Marina Roshcha Synagogue in central Moscow.

Chief Rabbi of Russia Rabbi Berel Lazar sold the chametz of the Russian Jewish community to a non-Jew. Subsequently, all remaining chometz was burned in the courtyard of the Marina Roshcha Synagogue in central Moscow.

In the weeks leading up to Pesach, the Federation of Jewish Communities in Russia worked tirelessly to significantly increase its activities and events this year.

Logistics teams have been diligently planned a most meaningful holiday for Russia’s Jews, by both increasing the numbers of Pesach Seders in as many cities as possible throughout Russia, as well as distributing Shmura Matza to every Jew no matter their location.

Photos: Levi Nazarov

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