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In Tenafly, New Jersey! See for yourself.
(H/t Eddy Portnoy.)
Can they pick up where they left off?
Dudes… (shakes head)
Eva Braun lives in my neighborhood and is a member of Machane Chodosh.
Visit my shul, take a look at the memorial plaques. There’s a Siegfried, an Irmgard, and a Werner here. The rabbi is named Manfred Gans. The president is named Herbert Jaffe.
It’s very disrespectful to associate a holocaust survivor with a photo of Hitler’s mistress. This is Tablet, not Heeb.
Marc, you should be ashamed of yourself, as should be the editor of this publication.
I think a PUBLIC apology is in order …. and if not forthcoming, I would suggest that Marc resign his position and cease writing for ANY publication, until he (at least) takes some sensitivity training.
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