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German Community Welcomes Return of Torah Saved From Holocaust

February 26, 2012 8:50 PM
Krefeld, Germany’s expanding Jewish community welcomed the return of a historic Torah scroll that was saved from Nazi hands by a Hungarian Jew fleeing the Holocaust.
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Chabad House of Antwerp director Rabbi Shabtai Slavaticki holds up a Torah scroll saved from the Holocaust for members of the Jewish community of Krefeld, Germany, to see. Slavaticki brought the scroll back from Belgium after an extensive repair presided over by ritual scribe Rabbi Shuki Lipschitz.
Chabad House of Antwerp director Rabbi Shabtai Slavaticki holds up a Torah scroll saved from the Holocaust for members of the Jewish community of Krefeld, Germany, to see. Slavaticki brought the scroll back from Belgium after an extensive repair presided over by ritual scribe Rabbi Shuki Lipschitz.

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Janice L. Thoman Berea, USA March 2, 2012

Torah saved What is ever amazing, G-ds presense is everywhere! Reply

Anonymous Edmt., Canada March 1, 2012

Scrolls return This is a Great Blessing. Reply