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Tag: Turkish Jews
December 7, 2006 | 7:00 pmJewish and Christian leaders were optimistic when the Turkish Parliament began debating a bill regulating minority foundations and organizations.
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Following the dastardly attacks in Istanbul targeting Turkish Jews in two synagogues on Nov. 15 that left 25 innocent people dead and several hundred Turkish Jews and Muslims severely injured (see Cover Story, p. 18), I was asked what this all means for Turkey.
It means sadness and...