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To visit Argentina today is to see with your own eyes the tragedy these people are facing.
Imagine living in a country where you experience the following:
You have worked hard for years, and every month you add to your savings in a dollar account held at a major international bank...
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What and where is Uzbekistan? Following the breakup of the USSR, Uzbekistan is an independent country of 23 million people, located in central Asia, west of China.
There are three theories on when Jews came to Uzbekistan:
1. A myth-like tale claims they are part of the tribe...