The Voice of Silence: The Story of the Jewish Underground in the USSR (Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and Their Legacy) (Paperback)

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The Voice of Silence: The Story of the Jewish Underground in the USSR (Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and Their Legacy) (Paperback)

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The "Voice of Silence" is the personal story of an underground Hebrew teacher in the communist Soviet Union who was sentenced to prison after false claims by the KGB. He kept a hunger strike for 207 days to draw international solidarity. But his book is more than exotic memoir literature. It is a vivid, touching and thoughtful account of his Jewish spiritual growth, a painful discovery of the most subtle inner aspects of faith.
Ephraim Kholmyansky was born in Moscow in 1950. He is a Jewish activist and was a Prisoner of Zion in the USSR. In Israel Ephraim worked in the Ministry of Education, was an emissary of the Jewish Agency, and filled a number of senior positions at Givot Olam Oil Exploration and start-up companies.
Product Details ISBN: 9781644695913
ISBN-10: 164469591X
Publisher: Academic Studies Press
Publication Date: October 12th, 2021
Pages: 286
Language: English
Series: Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and Their Legacy