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She survived the Holocaust thanks to the fake Muslim Name

January 28, 2018 5:30 PM
She survived the Holocaust thanks to the fake Muslim Name

January 27th  is celebrated throughout the world as the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Few Sarajevo Jews remember how they survived the persecution in the Second World War. Every confession of the Jews’ persecution is touching in its own way. There are few of people in Sarajevo who can tell those […]

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73 Years after Auschwitz Closing marked with the Prayer for the Dead in Sarajevo

January 27, 2018 2:45 PM
73 Years after Auschwitz Closing marked with the Prayer for the Dead in Sarajevo

The International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27th, was marked yesterday in Sarajevo’s Jewish administration with the prayer for the dead and honoring the Jews and all other innocent victims of the Second World War. Six million Jews tragically were killed in this war, dying in the most terrible torment, burned […]

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How Muslims of Sarajevo rescued Jews from the Ottoman Ruzdi Pasha?

January 4, 2018 11:45 AM
How Muslims of Sarajevo rescued Jews from the Ottoman Ruzdi Pasha?

The Jewish Community and Islamic Community in BiH will organize a conference that will mark 200 years of an insufficiently known but very important event for “Jewish Sarajevo” as well as their Muslim neighbors, but also a story of 500 years of coexistence and life together. It is an unbelievable […]

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Jewish People of Sarajevo: BiH is the safest Place in Europe for us

July 21, 2017 10:45 AM
Jewish People of Sarajevo: BiH is the safest Place in Europe for us

The gates of the old Askenaska synagogue in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, are always unlocked. There are no security cameras or metal detectors, nor police cars in front of it. Nobody even takes your name when you enter. “We believe that we are safe here with our […]

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Chairman Zvizdic congratulated Passover

April 11, 2017 3:30 PM
Chairman Zvizdic congratulated Passover

Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Denis Zvizdić congratulated Passover to Jews in BiH. “I congratulate the feast of liberation, and I want to share the joy with your loved ones, friends and neighbors. Happy Passover” is stated in a congratulatory message by Chairman Zvizdic, was […]

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In Sarajevo, Jews marked Passover first time 450 years ago

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In Sarajevo, Jews marked Passover first time 450 years ago

This holiday is celebrated to commemorate the salvation of the Jews from slavery in Egypt. The unique about this holiday is the liberation of a people from slavery and it is also connected with other unique religious event – getting the Torah – God’s Ten Commandments. In the beginning , […]

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Happy Passover!

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Happy Passover!

Portal Sarajevo Times Wishes all people of the Jewish faith in B&H and throughout the world a happy Passover! We hope that you welcome the seven days of this holiday with joy and to spend it with your family in good health and spirits!

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How Family Pozderac saved Jews and Serbs

January 30, 2017 1:15 PM
How Family Pozderac saved Jews and Serbs

House of Nurija Pozderac, a prominent BH politician from the beginning of the last century and proven benefactor, is located in the center of Cazin, in the northwest of the country, and it represents a recognizable symbol of the town. Before the World War II, Nurija was a senator in […]

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Šefket ef. Kurt saved Serb Neighbors from Execution on Christmas Eve

January 7, 2017 10:15 AM
Šefket ef. Kurt saved Serb Neighbors from Execution on Christmas Eve

It has been 75 years since unprecedented courage was shown by Šefket ef. Kurt, who saved neighbors of Serbian nationality on Christmas Eve on the 6th of January 1942 in Tuzla from the planned execution. Christmas Eve in 1942 was supposed to be the last one to the believers who […]

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Jews started marking the Hanukkah

December 25, 2016 2:00 PM
Jews started marking the Hanukkah

With an evening prayer and the lighting of candles, after the sunset Jews started celebrating Hanukkah – the holiday of light, which will last for the next eight days. Hanukkah is a celebration of the victory of the Jews Maccabees over the pagan Hellenistic-Assyrian army, as well as the dedication […]

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