Russian-born Israelis chase capitalist dreams to Moscow
Russians who immigrated to Israel are increasingly moving to Moscow in search of opportunity, stability - and politer waiters.
MOSCOW — It's 1 A.M. in the frozen downtown. Roman Sorkin puts a CD by Syrian-Egyptian musician Farid al-Atrash on his stereo. He stretches out on the sofa in the living room of his apartment — in a wealthy part of town in a building filled with actors who were well-known during the Soviet era — and sips a glass of wine. His cousin Yan Sorkin, a self-employed architect...
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