“It's not scary to go”: how pilgrims from Israel get to Uman

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Pilgrims from Israel continue their attempts to get to Uman on Rosh Hashanah. Journalist "Ukraine Now" talked to one of the Hasidim. “People travel 50 hours on buses,” he said. He recalled that air traffic is closed, pilgrims travel by bus and train. According to the interlocutor of the publication named Nathan, he is not afraid to come to Ukraine, since Israel has been living in a state of war for many years. "And to come to the grave of Tzadik Nachman is sacred. A man has been coming to Ukraine for 29 times in a row,” reports Ukraine Now.

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