A Polish town will host its first Sabbath service since 1939. The service will be conducted Friday in Przemysl at a synagogue the Nazis used as a horse stable. Rozia Felner, a Holocaust survivor from Przemysl who was hidden during the war by a Catholic family, will light the Sabbath candles, according to Axcess News.
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