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FRIENDLY MATCH between ARIS & MACCABI HAIFA: THE PROCEEDS WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE HOLOCAUST MUSEUM of GREECE IN THESSALONIKI

On Sunday December 4th, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. the football club of Thessaloniki “Aris” will host the football team of Maccabi Haifa in a friendly match that will take place at “Kleanthis Vikelidis” stadium. The proceeds of the match will be given to support the construction of the Holocaust Museum of Greece in Thessaloniki.

In its announcement, “ARIS” focused on the symbolism of this particular friendly match and mainly on the messages it wants to convey.

“On Sunday, December 4th, “ARIS” welcomes the Israeli champion Maccabi Haifa to Kleanthis Vikelidis in an important international friendly game. But it won’t be an ordinary friendly match. It is a very good opportunity, as a response to contemporary challenges, with this friendly match the football club of “ARIS” to remind and keep alive to all of us, issues that affect humanity.

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KIS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE TERROR ATTACK IN JERUSALEM

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece expresses the Greek Jewry’s deep sorrow for the fact that once more innocent people become the victims of a blind and ruthless terror attack, this time in Jerusalem.

We share the pain of the family than mourns the loss of a 16-year old young boy and we wish to the dozens of wounded a speedy recovery.

We stand by the Israeli citizens who deal with the threat of terror attacks in their everyday life and we he hope that prudence will prevail, and a solution will be reached that will ultimately put an end to the bloodshed of the innocent.

Athens, November 24, 2022

Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece

 
RESOLUTION OF KIS FOR THE DEATH OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR MOSHE AELION

On November 1st, 2022, holocaust survivor Moshe Aelion passed away in Israel at age 97.

Regarding the death of Moshe Aelion the Central Board of Jewish communities in Greece issued the following Resolution:

 

"The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece met online today, Tuesday, November 1, 2022, as soon as it was informed of the sad news of the death of

MOSHE AELION

 

survivor of Auschwitz, who after the war, developed a rich activity by recording, publishing and narrating his experiences, always fighting against oblivion and the denial of the Holocaust, with a view to educate future generations.

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KIS MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCES TO THE AMBASSADOR OF ISRAEL IN GREECE FOR THE TERROR ATTACK IN ELAD Print E-mail
Friday, 06 May 2022 11:56

Following the deadly terror attack that took place in the city of Elad in central Israel, on 5.5.2022, the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece sent the following message of condolences to the Ambassador of Israel to Greece, Mr. Yossi Amrani.

“We are shocked and devastated by the news about the recent terror attack in Elad which caused the death of three Israeli citizens, during Israel’s Independence Day.

In deep sorrow the Greek Jewry joins the mourning for the loss of innocent lives. We also express our sincere condolences to the families of the victims. 

Once again, we support the struggle of the State of Israel against terrorism that threatens the well-being of its people and we join our voice with the appeals to fight hatred and fanaticism, stressing that the hecatombs of the victims of terrorism undermine efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East”.

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KIS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE TERROR ATTACK IN TEL AVIV Print E-mail
Friday, 08 April 2022 10:35

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece expresses its repugnance, its grief and concern for yesterday’s terror attack with at least two dead and more than 10 wounded, in a crowded street in the center of Tel Aviv. It was the fourth terror attack in the last two weeks.

The Greek Jewry, in deep sorrow, joins the mourning for the dead, wishes speedy recovery to the wounded and stands by the Israeli society during the escalation of the deadly attacks of the Islamic extremism.

We support the struggle of the State of Israel against terrorism that threatens the well-being of its people. Our voice joins the appeals to fight hatred and fanaticism, stressing once more that the hecatombs of the victims of terrorism undermine efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East.

Athens, April 8, 2022

Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece

 
KASTORIA 2022: COMMEMORATION CEREMONY for THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF KASTORIA Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2022 08:49

78 years have passed since March 24, 1944, when about 1,000 Jews of Kastoria were arrested and imprisoned in order to be led to the Nazi death camps in Poland, erasing the traces of a thriving community that lived in harmony with Christians for a millennium.

The Memory of the Jews of Kastoria cannot and should not pass into oblivion.

With their thoughts on the tragic events of that grim day, the institutions of Kastoria and representatives of the Jewish Communities from all over Greece paid tribute to those individuals, in the context of a subtle ceremony held by the Municipality of Kastoria on 27.3.2022.

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LUMINOUS POSTER AT OTE, PREVEZA, FOR THE JEWISH POPULATION AND SYNAGOGUE OF THE CITY Print E-mail
Monday, 04 April 2022 08:30

A big luminous poster at the OTE shop in Preveza informs passersby that, where currently stands the Greek Telecommunications Group building, once stood the city’s Synagogue.  The poster – placed next to the marble plaque with the history of the building, once enwalled in the Synagogue of Preveza – provides also information about life before the war of the city’s Jewish population and the Holocaust.

The initiative began after the proposal of the Cultural Association “Preveza” to the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece (KIS), in 2020, suggesting a more contemporary signage of the historic building.

The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece accepted the proposal and contacted the OTE Group administration for approval and contribution to the implementation of the project. With a high sense of social responsibility and respect for History, OTE Group and OTE Estate swiftly responded, approving the project and assigning it to the appropriate technical services.

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HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY 2022 IN ARTA & ROAD NAMING AFTER ISAAC MIZAN Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2022 08:33

The Municipality of Arta and the Music-Literature Association of Arta, "Skoufas", honored in 2022 the day of the arrest of the Arta Jews on March 26, that is exactly 78 years after the most massive loss of the city’s human resources in the 20th century.

The events began on Saturday morning 26.3.2022 with a walk-in locations of Jewish interest with the researcher of the history of the former Jewish Community of Arta, Theocharis Vadivoulis.

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