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New synagogue opens religious debate in Lebanon

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Lebanon was once home to a thriving Jewish community, but its estimated that there are now fewer than a hundred Jews left in the country.

So it came as a surprise when the tiny Jewish community announced the rebuilding of one of Beirut's historic synagogues.

Natalia Antelava reports.

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