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The missing

Yom Kippur at Amsterdam's Portuguese Synagogue, where the Holocaust is present in what is absent

The Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam. The building was spared by the Nazis; Holland's Jewish population was not.
By Bill Glucroft
October 1, 2006

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YOM KIPPUR, the most solemn holiday on the Jewish calendar, commences at sundown this evening. Synagogues around the world will fill to capacity, as Jews come to repent for their transgressions over the past year. (Full article: 779 words)

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