Even dead bodies are not allowed to rest in the ongoing Russia military war in Ukraine that began since February 24, 2022.
On Sunday, being yesterday, Russia attacked and bombed Jewish cemetery at Hlukhiv in Sumy Oblast, with tombstones of dead bodies pulling off in the cemetery.
According to the Ukraine Culture Minister, Oleksandr Tkachenko as reported by Kyiv Independent News media, Russia’s attack on the cemetery is a direct proof that the current Russian troops are not different from the Nazis who he said exterminated Jews 80 years ago.
“(This is a) direct proof that there is nothing sacred in Russia at all” and that Russian troops are “no different from the Nazis who exterminated Jews 80 years ago”, Oleksandr said on Sunday.
Tkachenko added that the graves of the chief tzaddiks survived the attack.
It was gathered that the cemetery have about 600 tombstones of dead bodies and some oldest ones existed since 1824.