Russian Jews remember Israeli athletes murdered at 1972 Munich Olympic Games


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Ari Edelkopf, a Chabad rabbi who grew up in Los Angeles and moved to Sochi a dozen years ago to nurture a Jewish community here, read the names of the dead. Lazar recited the kaddish, a prayer for the dead. Later, he talked of happiness, miracles even.

“The world has changed,” he said, watching as a Jewish man who had never worn tefillin — a box holding scripture and attached by a strap — felt it against his skin for the first time.

“Once, that would have gotten you sent to Siberia,” he said. “Now it takes you closer to God. We see small miracles every day…"

haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewish-world-features/1.573402


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Very nice. They should be remembered. May all their souls rest in peace.


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