Russian Orthodox Church Accused of Anti-Semitism

Investigation centers around anti-Semitic literature; Jewish advocates praise invocation of Russia's anti-hate laws.

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Yekaterinburg is not the only Russian city where Nilus has afollowing. In the country's second largest city, St. Petersburg, thefirst-ever Sergei Nilus Prize is set to be awarded Jan. 13 to a writer"who in writing about the spiritual life of the Russian people confirmsOrthodox ideals," according to a press release by the Orthodox St.Petersburg Society.

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