By 2005, the Jewish community in Germany will grow by 30 percent, to 130,000, a German Jewish leader said. The rapid growth of German Jewry began in 1990 following the fall of communism, which prompted an influx of Jews from the former Soviet Union. The growth is a sign that Germany is on its way to normality, Paul Spiegel said Tuesday.
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