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JJdJ July 22, 08: The Grand Reopening

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  • Irene A. Mystery
    Welcome to Jewish Joke du Jour! ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ July 22, 2008 Volume 103, Issue 881 Jewish Joke du Jour
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      July 22, 2008              Volume 103, Issue 881

               Jewish Joke du Jour Table of Content

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      o         "The Grand Reopening" 


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      "The Grand Reopening" 

      Germany's biggest synagogue, on Rykestrasse in
      Berlin, has reopened after a lavish restoration.

      The synagogue was set ablaze on Kristallnacht, or
      the Night of Broken Glass, in 1938.

      Friday's inauguration saw rabbis bringing the Torah
      to the synagogue, in a ceremony witnessed by
      political leaders and Holocaust survivors from
      around the world.

      The synagogue, with a 1,200-person capacity, has
      been described as one of the jewels of Germany's
      Jewish community.  Rabbi Chaim Roswaski, who
      presided at the ceremony, described the reconstruction
      as "a miracle."

      Restoration of the neo-classical building, which is more
      than 100 years old,cost more than 45m euros ($60m).

      The re-opening comes at the start of a Jewish culture
      Festival in the capital.

        (the children of Israel live !)

      For centuries they've tried to convert, demonize, curse,
      spew lies,  persecute, torture and murder us...but  they
      can't destroy our Jewish neshamas (souls) nor our Achdus
      Yisroel (Jewish unity).  We persist only to come back
      stronger.  When are the jew-haters going to ask the
      crucial question..."why"?

      Oh, how I love that I am Jewish and part of the Jewish
      Nation!   I'm so proud of Our People.  We have made
      endless contributions to humanity and what's amazing is
      that we continue to do so in the face of strong
      anti-Semitism and hostility. 







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