Russia Ukraine War: Fierce war continues between Russia and Ukraine. Missiles are being fired along with continuous bombardment by Russian soldiers. While innocent people are dying, there has also been a large number of people fleeing from Ukraine. There is a large population of Jews in Ukraine, but after the continuous attacks by Putin’s army (Vladimir Putin), the Jews there are in trouble. In the war, they are being forced to take refuge in other countries.
The story of Iya Rudzitskaya, a 92-year-old Jewish woman living in Ukraine, is also painful. He has been forced to seek refuge in another country even at this age.
First Hitler and now Putin persecuted
Iya Rudzitskaya, a 92-year-old Ukrainian Jew, has twice been forced to seek asylum in other countries from Kyiv. First because of Hitler, now because of Vladimir Putin, she was forced to leave Kyiv. Firstly in 1941, when she was only 10 years old and German bombs started falling on the then Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. For the second time, a similar time came last year too, when Russia attacked Ukraine on 24 February.
Forced to take refuge in Poland
In the midst of the war, the Jewess Iya Rudzitskaya has taken refuge in Poland with her son Artur. In an interview given to the news agency Reuters, Jew Iya Rudzitskaya said that she did not believe that she would again have to seek refuge in another country. He said that the Russians thought they were defending their country, but they came to us and destroyed Kharkiv, what did they need?
Family of 92-year-old Jewish woman
Rudzitskaya was born in 1931 into a respectable Jewish family. His grandfather Nuchim Vaisblat lived in Kyiv. His father Vladimir was a writer. When Germany invaded the Soviet Union in early July 1941, Rudzitskaya’s family was forced to leave Ukraine. His father had the feeling that being a Jew, he was no longer safe in Kyiv.
In February last year, when Russia invaded Ukraine, the difficulties of 92-year-old Jewish woman Iya Rudzitskaya increased once again. They moved with their 54-year-old son first to Moldova, then to Lithuania, where a flat was provided, but there were few job opportunities for Artur. Later somehow took refuge in Poland.
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