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IDA NUDEL ISRAEL 1987 REFUSNIK

Israel circa December 1987. Ida Nudel a<br />
Soviet-born Israeli refusenik and activist. She was known as the "Guardian Angel" for her efforts to help the "Prisoners of Zion" in the Soviet Union. After years in internal exile and a campaign by her sister Elena Fridman and world leaders, on 2nd October 1987, she was informed she had been granted an exit visa and allowed to travel to Israel. Seen here with her sister Elena Fridman  and her children in her sisters home during Chanukah the Feast of Dedication, an eight-branched candelabrum (menorah) is lit.
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Ida Nudel, Israel, soon after she escaped from Russia
Israel circa December 1987. Ida Nudel a
Soviet-born Israeli refusenik and activist. She was known as the "Guardian Angel" for her efforts to help the "Prisoners of Zion" in the Soviet Union. After years in internal exile and a campaign by her sister Elena Fridman and world leaders, on 2nd October 1987, she was informed she had been granted an exit visa and allowed to travel to Israel. Seen here with her sister Elena Fridman and her children in her sisters home...
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  • Ida Nudel
  • Refusnik
  • Israel
  • Author
  • Human Rights Activist
  • Activists
  • Archival
  • Archive Stock
  • Social History
  • 1980-1989
  • One Person
  • Chanukah
  • Feast of Dedication

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