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For Israelis . . . in Moscow

“More than 400 Israelis have reserved places for the Passover Seder in Moscow planned specifically for Israelis,” says Rabbi Yakov Fridman, “and we’ve yet another week to go.”

Fridman is the director of programs and events for Israelis in Moscow. The Seder, at the Marina Roscha Synagogue in Moscow, is one of numerous Seders that Chabad in Russia is sponsoring, expecting to reach between 15,000-20,000 Jews in the region.


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