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For example, Diament said after Harvey four or five synagogues and a few dozen churches sought such aid, while in Florida there was less damage to such spots.
The perpetrators of this week’s violence against Swedish synagogues and New York’s would-be pipe bomber say they were driven by a desire to punish the U.S. for recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
No one was injured in the attack late Saturday during a youth event at the synagogue and the adjacent Jewish center in Sweden’s second-largest city.
Westmont Living's new proposal for the property -- a mostly vacant parcel just north of the Temple Solel synagogue and El Camino's intersection with Manchester Road -- calls for an 85,879-square-foot building with 93 housing suites for seniors.
At the beginning of the 20th-century, Vilna was home to more than 100 synagogues and kloizes (study halls), hundreds of schools, and a center of Jewish media and scholarship.
On one hand, people are maybe not as focused on signing up to the synagogue.
On a quiet cul-de-sac in Carlsbad, there is a small Jewish synagogue with a Christmas tree inside.
Now, side by side with Sosúa’s raucous and somewhat troubled nightlife, there can be found a small museum and synagogue that relates that unique story.
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