Fulda, West Germany, has donated DM 50,000 to the Kol Torah Rabbi School, formerly in the city, and now in Jerusalem, for extension work. A Fulda spokesman said the grant was not reparation, but was intended to underline the town’s connection with Kol Torah. The Fulda rabbi school was closed by the Nazis in 1939, and the last of the school’s heads. Rabbi Kunstadt. took it to Jerusalem. Today, many of the rabbi novices at Kol Torah are descendants of former Jewish citizens of Fulda.
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