"Finally, Colonel Volodin's [Sharansky's interrogator] patience ran out and he began to yell at me, 'That's enough! What do you think, that your fate is in the hands of those people and not ours? They're nothing more than students and housewives!' .... Today, whenever I appear before audiences .... I always remember to tell them what Volodin said, for in the end the army of students and housewives turned out to be mightier than the army of the KGB." Natan Sharansky in Fear No Evil
American and Soviet activists, dedicated to their responsibility to ensure the rights of Soviet Jews, helped to alter the domestic policy of one of the world’s most powerful empires, and secure emigration rights for Soviet Jews.
Am Yisrael Chai
Od Avinu Chai
The nation of Israel lives on
Our forefathers live on