The Romanian news site Info Sud-Est runs a strongly worded article on the disastrous condition of the Ashkenazic Great Synagogue in the Romanian port of Constanța, including a sharp indictment of local officials and popular opinion that have allowed the building, the one surviving synagogue in the town, to crumble to the point of collapse.
The article, by Florin Anghel and Cristian Andrei Leonte and subtitled “a story of hatred and indifference,” accuses the city of willful neglect tantamount to the deliberate desire to erase of any form of tangible Jewish memory in the town. This, they write, is despite the fact that the “stereotype” of the city is “a melting pot of religions and minorities.”
Articolul complet AICI.
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