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But today the family is dispersed around the globe in places as remote as Alaska, Ukraine, and Shanghai. The choice to move away from family and give up the comforts of home, they say, was hardly a choice at all. The Greenbergs had only to look to their father and his passionate commitment to a greater goal. Moshe observed Judaism openly and fearlessly in Soviet Russia.
He also prepared to make aliyah to Israel. For this, he was sent to Sibera. The life we live today is the result of his priorities," explains Shneur , a Chabad emissary in Michigan. After the war Moshe wanted to go to Israel where he could live freely as a Jew. He crossed the border into Romania, but was caught and sentenced to seven years of hard labor in Siberia.
The couple had six children in Russia, and moved to Israel in , where the family continued to grow. The Greenberg siblings became accustomed to long separations as children. The first to formally take up posts as shluchim emissaries were Yisroel with his wife, Chanah , and Rochel with her husband Yosef Levertov , who moved to Texas. After Yisroel and Rochel an additional six brothers left to the States.
One brother, Yosef , chose Alaska. Then winter blew in. Even in Chabad they thought we had gone off our rockers. The couple settled there in Over time, they and their four children got used to the frigid temperatures. When they first arrived, there was only a tiny contingent of observant Jews in all of Alaska. Winters in Alaska make for an interesting challenge.
Each Sukkot, the family looks for new, innovative ways to keep their Sukkah warm. It can be tough, especially when the snow starts early, as it did last year there was an accumulation of seven centimeters last Sukkot. To date, there are three functioning Chabad centers in Alaska, all under the aegis of the Greenbergs. Today we have two thousand Jews, amongst them five hundred Israelis, five hundred Americans and several hundred Europeans.