A dose of nuance: The road to sovereignty was paved with clarity

By
May 1, 2014 14:42

One of the most inspirational pillars of the former refusenik movement, dies at the age of 72.




TREES IN Jerusalem’s Har Adar forest

TREES IN Jerusalem’s Har Adar forest 370. (photo credit:Courtesy Itzhak Rabihiya)

Yuli Kosharovsky died on the first day of Passover, the “season of our freedom.”

The man who had been the refusenik trapped behind the Iron Curtain for longer than anyone else, one of the most inspirational pillars of the former refusenik movement, died at the age of 72 when he fell from a tree he was trimming near his home in Beit Aryeh.

Read More...

Related Content
ZEV SHANDALOV
August 17, 2017
Starting over: From Chicago to Ma'aleh Adumim

By ALAN ROSENBAUM