Dutch University to Build Laboratory on Jewish Cemetery Site
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Dutch University to Build Laboratory on Jewish Cemetery Site

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Groningen University will soon build a new laboratory on the site of an ancient Jewish cemetery in that north Holland city, it was revealed here today. Permission to clear the cemetery, a rare occurrence, was given by the city’s former Chief Rabbi I. Prins, who now lives in Israel.

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