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30 Shevat, 5750 · February 25, 1990
May G-d help you to do “more than your best” in providing for the special needs of the Russian Jews who can finally leave the Soviet Union.
Secret Chassidic gatherings ensured a Jewish renaissance
This is the first story in a series of articles on Jewish life in the former Soviet Union in the 25th year since the formal dissolution of the USSR on Dec. 26, 1991. Three young Jewish men approached Reb Getche Vilensky’s Moscow apartment, hoping to join ...
Tom Lantos, the longtime Democratic congressman from California who died this month at the age 80, was remembered worldwide as a champion of Russian Jewry and a steadfast supporter of the American Jewish community. A Holocaust survivor, the Hungarian-born...
Rabbi Aron Gurevitch made strides in his first year as the Russian army’s first-ever rabbi, thanks to the help of a Jewish colonel, Simon Zokhorovich.
Rabbi Aron Gurevitch, Chabad-Lubavitch emissary and the first rabbi of the Russian army, has dedicated his life to bring Judaism and pride to Jewish soldiers in the service of Russia.
Girls representing five Ohr Avner Chabad-Lubavitch day schools in the Ukraine joined together to celebrate their bat mitzvahs in style.
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