Although the Czech Republic today offers one of the more hospitable climates for Jews in Central and Eastern Europe, its small Jewish community has often been disappointed with state officials’ unwillingness to address issues that especially affect its members. In an interview with <b>Deborah Michaels </b>, Rabbi Karol Sidon discussed areas in which he would […]

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