Estonian Jews Honor Victims of Moscow Terror Attacks

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Chief Rabbi of Estonia Shmuel Kot said that he and his mourned the tragedy that took place in Moscow. “All Jews coming to the Tallinn Synagogue will pray for the victims of these acts of terrorists. Jews living in today’s world do not remember what slavery in Egypt was like,” he commented. “But there are forces that seek, through terrorism, to drive people back into a kind of slavery.”

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