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As we watch the news and see how so many new Hamans want to destroy our people, we have hope and faith, like our Soviet Jewish brethren did, not so many years ago, that we, through our own efforts and the kindness of God, will triumph.
About the Author: Karen Guth made aliyah with her husband, Eric, and sons Aaron and Elan in July of 2000. She lives in Efrat and teaches English and creative writing. She is the editor of "Courage And Hope," a creative writing journal of young peoples' work in Israel.
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