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From Reykjavik to Cartagena, Passover Packs Them In

April 11, 2012 9:40 PM
Jewish residents and tourists in Reykjavik, Iceland, and Cartagena, Colombia – two of the hundreds of locales worldwide served this Passover by Chabad-Lubavitch rabbinical students – experienced quite the combination of Seder feasts last weekend, retelling the holiday’s story of redemption as recorded in the Haggadah and enjoying food prepared according to Passover dietary laws.
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Prior to the beginning of Passover Friday evening, Rabbi Berel Pewzner helped a member of Reykjavik’s small but energetic Jewish community don the prayer boxes known as tefillin.
Prior to the beginning of Passover Friday evening, Rabbi Berel Pewzner helped a member of Reykjavik’s small but energetic Jewish community don the prayer boxes known as tefillin.

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michelle boa vista March 25, 2015

This is great, are there Jews in Cartagena, Colombia?? I'm looking for some friendly faces while I'm stranded there for 10 days waiting for my overland tour group to pick me up (being American i was not allowed a visa to go to Venezuela while they are mostly Australians and allowed in). Reply