I was born to a wonderful Jewish family on September 12, 1985 in a small province called Ovruch in Ukraine.
My town was mainly Jewish until the Nazi occupation during the WWII.
Inside these territories, the Jewish community developed a lot of the theological and cultural customs (traditions) of the moderns Judaism's, while they faced episodes of severe anti-Semitic procedures of persecution and discrimination.
At the beginnings of the 90 and end of the 80, (when the liberalization of Soviet) many Jews migrate to Israel, to the United States of America and also Germany.
Growing up in a small town in Ukraine as a Jewish child was extremely painful.
My classmates tormented and bullied me for simply being Jewish.
I was called a Zhidovka which means Jewess in Ukrainian.