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Commemoration of the deportation of 7.144 Jews from Macedonia

The deportation of 7.144 Macedonian Jews in the Nazi concentration camp Treblinka was commemorated today in Skopje. The commemorative program started with laying of flowers in front of the monument of the Macedonian Jews in the Tutinski Kombinat and front of the monuments of the deported Jews and World War

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Marking the international day of the holocaust in the European Parliament

On January 24, 2012 representatives from the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia and the Jewish community attended the celebration of the International Holocaust Day held in the European Parliament in Brussels. The European Jewish Congress together with  Jewish and non-Jewish organizations organized this event, in cooperation with and

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A century of Macedonian-Israeli relations

This year turns one century of Macedonian – Israeli connections, counting back in time when neither Macedonia, nor Israel existed as independent countries. On this occasion, and on the occasion of 63 years of Independence of the State of Israel, marking this friendship between Macedonia and Israel as a special jubilee, the State of Israel and the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia, organize solemn concert of the Macedonian Philcharmony Orchestra

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Historical injustice against Jews from Macedonia corrected

Jews from Macedonia overcome the injustice by telling a story that in Nazi extermination camp Treblinka were killed Jews from Bulgaria or just from Yugoslavia – as noted in Nazi documentation. As a symbol of the tragedy of the Jews from Macedonia, a memorial stone dedicated to the 7200 killed

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Delegation of the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia in Israel

Holocaust Fund delegation, headed by president and vice-president of the Board, Mrs. Ljiljana Mizrahi and Dr. Pande Lazarevski, are in official visit to Israel. They are supported by Macedonian embassy to Israel and will have meetings with relevant Israeli institutions, such as Holocaust Study Center, Jewish World Congress and Directorate

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65 years since the event that announced the armed resistance of the Macedonian people against fascism and oppression

March 27th, 1941, what happened were the people… After the conquering of the west and central Europe, the fascist forces of Germany and Italy exerted a strong pressure upon the Kingdom of Yugoslavia to join the Tripartite Pact (concluded among Germany, Italy and the Empire of Japan in Berlin on

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March 27th, 1941, what happened were the people…

65 years since the event that announced the armed resistance of the Macedonian people against fascism and oppression Written by: Dr. Vlado Ivanovski After the conquering of the west and central Europe, the fascist forces of Germany and Italy exerted a strong pressure upon the Kingdom of Yugoslavia to join

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New era in relationships with Macedonia

AMIRA ARNON, AMBASSADOR OF ISRAEL New era in relationships with Macedonia. With Macedonian knowledge and Israeli expertise, we shall be able to double agricultural production in your country, points out the Ambassador of Israel. Macedonia is one of the rare countries for which Israel is abolishing the visa regime. This

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It is sadness that knits us together with the Macedonians

*It is for the first time in the region that a government passed a resolution, in fact a law, on construction of a Memorial Centre of the Holocaust and we are very thankful for this, says  the ambassador of Israel in Macedonia – Amira Arnon. Armira Arnon is the new

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Sofia to apologize and return the stolen treasure

The Macedonian Jewish community calls upon and requires that the official Bulgarian authorities in Sofia gather strength and finally publicly apologize for the deportation of 7200 Jews, who were sent to the Nazi camp “Treblinka” in Poland with three trains on March 11th, 1943. These 7200 Jews of whom none

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