Thousands celebrate Moscow Jewish festival honoring chief rabbi

June 2014
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;6/13/2014, p1
(JTA) - Approximately 4,000 people attended Moscow's first Festival of Judaism, a celebration of the 50th birthday of Russian Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar.


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