Moscow. April 10. INTERFAX – the Jewish religious-cultural centre in the Moscow suburb of Zhukovka released an alternative version of the song “In St. Petersburg – drinking” group “Leningrad”.
Ironic clip “In Zhukovka to live” tells about a girl who was going to Israel, but was unable to fly due to a bad passport. Then she went to the cultural center to make a selfie so like it was in tel Aviv, told the correspondent of “Interfax-Religion” in a press-service of the centre.
Thus, the video demonstrates the diversity of the centre “Zhukovka”, where there is everything for good rest: a synagogue, a kosher restaurant with a Banquet hall, kids ‘ centre, library, hotel, SPA-center and a mikveh.
Earlier, the centre had removed the parody clip to a different song “Leningrad” – “Exhibit” in which the heroine is glad that I marry a Jew, since he had received the invitation in the synagogue. Then, the video has gained more than 300 thousand hits on YouTube.
Center “Zhukovka” was opened in December of 2015 on Rublevo-Uspensky highway and became the largest Jewish community center in Russia, built over the past 15 years.