Dear Friend, My name is Misha Khazin. I came to the United States four years ago, and I am a writer by profession. Now I am working for the Forward, which is a Jewish newspaper.
Some years ago I had the opportunity to visit Upper Silesia, where my parents were born. The area belonged to Germany during the Holocaust, and after the war it became a part of Poland.
If one picture is worth a thousand words, then seeing something with your own eyes must be worth a great deal more. I am writing this letter because I have just returned from Moldova and I have seen the amazing work which is being done in Moldova by Rabbi Zalman Abelsky
Shalom! My name is Dmitry, and I am 20 years old. I currently live in New York, but I was born in Kishinev, the capital of Moldova, where I lived until I came to the U.S.
Hi! My name is Regina Shtauber — now known as Rochel. I’d like to tell you my story — I think you’ll find it interesting.