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March 11, 2002
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A Russian rabbi is calling on local authorities to halt anti-Semitic incitement on television. According to the Union of Councils for Jews in the Former Soviet Union, Zalman Ioffe, the chief rabbi in the city of Volgograd, wants authorities to cancel a show hosted by Stanislav Terentyev, a former KGB officer and the founder of Kolokol, a newspaper known for its anti-Semitism.

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