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One inscription identifies the shoe as belonging to Amos Steinberg, who was born in Prague in 1938.
“In the world that we’re living in today, there are many different forms of darkness: poverty, hate, racism, anti-Semitism, bigotry. Our goal with Project Friendship is to invigorate, energize and support each other,” said Rabbi Avrohom Litvin, regional director for Chabad of Kentucky.
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In the flurry of holidays, our 26th anniversary quietly slipped by. It’s no great milestone, but anniversaries always get me pensive: Who were…
The boy, 16, was arrested by Victoria police and charged with stalking, harassing and threatening to kill the Jewish boy and his mother.
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(JTA) — The Jewish boy who was forced to kneel and kiss the shoes of a Muslim classmate has been sent threatening text messages.