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" The start of the Soviet Jewish exodus to Israel was considered an historic opportunity to increase the Jewish population of Israel, build the nation and strengthen Israel's social fabric and cultural foundations. To forfeit such an opportunity by letting... "
Russian Jews on Three Continents: Identity, Integration, and Conflict - Page 37
by Larissa Remennick - 2011 - 408 pages
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Russian Jews on Three Continents: Migration and Resettlement

Noah Lewin-Epstein, Yaacov Ro'i, Paul Ritterband - History - 1997 - 557 pages
...decision-making process. 2. The Israeli and Zionist establishment made tireless efforts to fight this phenomenon. The start of the Soviet Jewish exodus to Israel •was...other countries of migration would be unforgivable. There was another reason for this virulent fight against the dropout phenomenon. Occasionally Soviet...
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Being Israeli: The Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship

Gershon Shafir, Yoav Peled - History - 2002 - 397 pages
...department of immigration and absorption, "the start of the Soviet Jewish exodus to Israel [in the 1970s] was considered an historic opportunity to increase...other countries of migration would be unforgivable." Therefore, "on a number of occasions [in the 1980s] the government of Israel ... expressed its concern...
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