Kyiv’s Chief Rabbi and Family, Stay Put to Help Needy Despite Russian Invasion


As Ukrainians flee areas under attack by Russia there are some that can’t leave and Kyiv’s Chief Rabbi Jonathan Markovitch and his wife Inna are staying behind to help.

“Me and my husband, we decided to stay in Kiev, not because we’re careless, but on the contrary we have a flourishing community of 2,500 Jews here that depend on us. Many of them have nowhere else to go,” said Inna Markovitch said.

Inna described the situation in the city over the last few days.

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