Report: Paris synagogue honors Toulouse attack victims

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June 3, 2013 01:14

 
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A synagogue in Paris received two Torah scrolls in memory of those killed in the terrorist attack in Toulouse last year, Israel Radio Reported Monday.

Rabbi Yonathan Sandler, his sons Aryeh and Gavriel as well as 8-year old Miriam Monsonego were killed in the shooting at a Jewish school last March.

According to the report, all heads of French Judaism attended the ceremony, along with family members of those killed and a small delegation from Israel.

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