The Jewish community of Poland will dedicate its first community offices in Lublin since World War II. The office will open Sunday on the premises of the Yeshiva Hachmei Lublin, the most famous yeshiva in Europe before the Holocaust. The return of the building to Warsaw’s Jewish community in 2004 was “the first step in restoring not only the building of Jewish hands, but Jewish life,” said Michael Schudrich, Poland’s U.S.-born chief rabbi.
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