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April 5, 2001
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Anti-Semitic literature was distributed at a three-day conference in Moscow that brought together representatives from countries throughout the former Soviet bloc, according to the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews. The conference, billed as an attempt to promote Slavic unity, featured speeches by leading nationalists in the Russian Parliament, including Viktor Ilyukhin, a Communist known for his anti-Semitic rhetoric.

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