Operation Exodus

   The name given to the effort begun in 1990 to achieve the emigration of Soviet Jews from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and to resettle them in Israel. In 1990-91 alone, more than 350,000 Soviet Jews arrived in Israel for resettlement and absorption. Between 1990 and 1996, some 750,000 new immigrants arrived from the former Soviet Union.
   See also Aliya; Law of Return (1950); Who is a Jew.

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