Ten Years of Isolation

Had he been caught? If he had not been seized by the KGB, where was he hiding?
Although I was a young boy, I thought, “Why did G‑d do this?”
It was hard to shake off the feeling of terror that had prevailed for so many years
After becoming a legal resident, R. Berke was more relaxed, and he finally agreed to write a letter to his wife in his own handwriting to inform her that he was living among Lubavitchers and was doing well.
After the family finally united, R. Berke began to think about the possibility of submitting a request to emigrate.
When they entered the embassy, they would be greeted by a small sign that read, “The Walls Have Ears,” and they would motion to them to keep quiet.

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