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This article is about the Russian magazine. For the Hebrew name and toast, see Haim.
History and profile
Lechaim was founded in 1991. It is printed monthly in Russian, with sections on news, memoirs, Torah studies, Jewish culture and art, literature and interviews. Most of the content is also available online.
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- "Around the Jewish World Insult from Russian Chief Rabbi Puts Chabad-reform Dispute in Public Eye". JTA. Moscow. 29 March 2005. Retrieved 23 November 2015.
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