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My grandfather Yaakov Isakov was born on March 24th 1935 he was theonly son of Raphael and Hanum Isaki He was born to a middle classJewish family in Tbilisi Georgia and grew up as the oldest nephew of sixbrothers and sisters At the age of 14 his father was taken away fromhim and he and his mother were exiled from Tbilisi to Kazakhstan Eventhough my grandfather had a rough path into adulthood he still became avery successful man later in his adult life When I was a child I did not think anything special is waiting forme in life I was just a regular kid my grandfather told me As achild he used to study and play with his friends as any child would doAs he was growing up he told me he had the urge to make money so oneday instead of going to play with his friends he went to the firstcinema ever that opened in Tbilisi I used to buy 10 or 20 movietickets at the cashiers booth and sold them 20 meters away from thecinemas entry so when there were no tickets left at the booth peoplecame to me for the best spots He said that this experience was thefirst time he ever made money and it was one of the most interesting andfun experiences in his life As childhood went by with all the fun he had with his family andfriends he told me there was one evening that he will never forget andremembers every detail of it We were sitting in the dining room in myuncles house when suddenly there was an aggressive knock on the doorand the visitors said open the doors its the police after they camein they took my father and my uncles and told us we had one hour to packthe most important things and that we are being exiled He said henever saw his father or any of his uncles from that day on
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