15 January 1999 “Nobody will be able to cast a pall over good and fraternal relations between Georgians and Jews, which have existed for more than 26 centuries,” declared Georgia’s chief rabbi, Ariel Levin, after vandals desecrated more than 60 graves in the old Jewish cemetery in Tbilisi the night of 2 December. President Eduard […]

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