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Hasidic Jewish Refugees From Ukraine Find Shelter In Hungary

After Russia launched its invasion on February 24, Ukrainian Hasidic Jews, like millions of other Ukrainians, fled the country -- clearly unconvinced by Russia's claim that it was seeking to "de-Nazify" Ukraine. They sought refuge with families and charitable organizations wherever they could. One such organization is the Machne Chabad rescue village, located on the shores of Lake Balaton in Balatonoszod, Hungary.

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