At Putin's side, an army of Jewish billionaires
"We have to keep our Jewishness and be united in the Diaspora,"
says Russian Jewish Congress VP.
When the air-conditioning broke down at the reception for the unveiling ceremony of the Red Army monument in Netanya on Monday, it didn’t matter if you were a billionaire, multimillionaire or broke.
In one corner sat Mikhail Fridman, the seventh-richest man in Russia, whose fortune is estimated at $15 billion by Forbes.
In another stood Moshe Kantor, the chemicals tycoon who Forbes said was worth $2.3b.
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