JERUSALEM — A Reform synagogue in the central Israel city of Ra’anana was vandalized with graffiti.
JERUSALEM (JTA) – Some 14 Orthodox rabbis and public figures from the central Israel city of Ra'anana signed a letter condemning an attack on a Reform synagogue in the city.
Signers of the letter released Sunday include Ra'anana Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Peretz.
The World Union for Progressive Judaism also condemned the April 14 attack, the third time the Raanan Synagogue has been vandalized in the last year.
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