Elderly Russians Not Allowed to Join Their Offspring in Israel

Despite cabinet decision, hundreds, if not thousands of families living in Israel are still unable to unite with their aging non-Jewish parents.

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L’s family came from Russia to Israel in 1993 – L., her parents and grandparents on her father’s side. Nadezhda, her maternal grandmother, remained behind in a small town named Sponovo. Today she is 90 years...