A synagogue is due to be reopened at Paris International Orly Airport for the benefit of air passengers in transit. The synagogue will be situated off the air terminal’s main lobby, close to the multi-denominational chapel already in existence. The head of Orly’s police, Paul Roux, said Tuesday that he does not expect any special security problems in connection with the new synagogue.
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