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Boris "Dov" Kaufman

Not to be confused with Boris Kaufman.

Boris "Dov" Kaufman is a native Birobidzhan rabbi.[1] Rabbi Kaufman has been a part of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast's Jewish community through its transitions from the 1990s into the 21st Century. His congregation has been transformed, as has he, from practicing a blend of Jewish and Christian religious practices to mainstream Judaism.[2] Rabbi Kaufman is the leader of Beit T'shuva, a small Jewish community located in Birobidzhan's old synagogue.[3]

In 2010, the [1]

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  • The Last Jews of Birobidjan
  • JEWISH REPUBLIC STRUGGLES TO RETAIN IDENTITY
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