Building a community of independent olim

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April 25, 2018 17:02
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LENA TRAYBERMAN

LENA TRAYBERMAN. (photo credit: MOSHE BUKHMAN)

 
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 ‘When I go to a café or bar in Jerusalem, nobody speaks Hebrew to me. They try English, French or German,” says the blond-haired, blue-eyed Lena Trayberman. “My friends think I must work in the Mossad,” she jokes.

The 27-year-old immigrant from Crimea is, in fact, a Jewish resident and not a gentile tourist. Her appearance helped her avoid some of the antisemitism common in her native land – a Black Sea peninsula in the southern region of Ukraine with ties to both Ukraine and Russia.

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