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November 25, 1983 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-25

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24 Friday, November 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Moscow Jews Swarm Israelis

By MOSHE RON

The Jewish News Special
Israel Correspondent

TEL AVIV - Many vis-
itors to the Israeli Book
Pavilion in Moscow in Sep-
tember had the opportunity
to learn the history and
about political events in Is-
rael from the historic
"Headline" album of the Is-
raeli newspaper Maariv. It
shows the events in Israel
during the last 30 years.
The manager of the pavil-
ion, Yaacov Loewinger, had
an interesting meeting in
the private apartment with
a group of Jewish
youngsters. They had first
said the traditional prayers
and then sat down to dinner.
Loewinger told them that
in Israel, like in Moscow,
there is a tendency of
youngsters to return to
Jewish religious life and
tradition. Loewinger was
told that there are hundreds
of Jewish youngsters in
Moscow who say prayers in
the synagogue and study
the Bible and the Talmud.

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The youngsters listen
to broadcasts of Kol Is-
rael Radio though the au-
thorities try to disturb
the broadcasts. They im-
prove their Hebrew from
these broadcasts. When
one of these youngsters,
Juli Koshrowsky, was
asked about the present
situation of the Jewish
youth in Moscow, he
answered in the style of
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