Monday, June 1, 2020
This Day in Jewish History

This Day in Jewish History

In the year 1066, on December 30, a deadly pogrom that would come to be known as the Granada Massacre took place.
“He’s in Israel, and will stand trial here.”
On December 10, 1994, three men accepted the Nobel Peace Prize for what seemed, perhaps then and still now, an improbable feat.
On December 2, 1763, exactly 250 years ago today, the Touro Synagogue was formally dedicated.
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