Judaism: Russian Anti-Semitism

The major center of persecution of Jews nowadays is the Soviet Union. In a land openly dedicated to atheism, the 3,000,000 Jews of Russia suffer more than any other faith because they are attacked both for their religion and as a despised national minority. Last week in Washington, more than 500 representatives from 24 U.S. Jewish organizations gathered to plan the kind of loud foreign protest that so far has proved the best curb on Soviet antiSemitism.

There was plenty of evidence to prove that pious Soviet denials of anti-Jewish activity are hollow....

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