The Siberian Seven refers to a family of persecuted Pentecostals in the Soviet Union who took up residency in the US embassy in Moscow. The Vashchenko family, originally from Chernogorsk, Siberia, stayed there from June 1978 to June 1983 before they were allowed to leave to Israel on a tourist visa and eventually settling in the United States
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