Jews staying in Ukraine should be supported

Gill, Alan H.; Anticoni, Paul
June 2014
Washington Jewish Week;6/5/2014, Vol. 50 Issue 23, p24
The article offers the authors' view regarding the need to support the Jews living in Ukraine. The authors state that the decision of Ukrainian Jews to stay home or emigrate should be respected. The authors mention that the Jewish community must do all they can to support the Jews that stayed in the country to continue living their lives.


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