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  • Audio clip from an oral history interview with Michoel and Aidele Rose: Michoel and Aidele talk about Michoel going part-time due to a decline in members, and Aidele describes part of her role as Rebbetzin , Cardiff, 6 January 2019

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This is an audio clip from an interview with Michoel and Aidele Rose in which they talk about Michoel going part-time due to a decline in members, and Aidele describes part of her role as Rebbetzin.

In their interview, Rabbi Michoel talks about emigrated to Israel for around six years before moving back to the UK to attend high school in Manchester. Subsequently, he attended the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, New Jersey, US. Rebbetzin Aidele Rose was born in Tucson, Arizona, to Israeli parents and grew up in Massachusetts. Upon completing her teaching degree in Montreal, Aidele moved to New York where she met her husband through a Shidduch. Living back in the UK, Michoel and Aidele worked in a variety of jobs before accepting a position at the Cardiff United Synagogue. Michoel and Aidele discuss job hunting, the role of rabbi and Rebbetzin, their experiences of antisemitism in the UK, and the decline of the Jewish community across South Wales today.

Depository: The National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales.

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