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The Jewish Community of Lisbon (CIL) is the heir of one of Europe’s oldest and most symbolical Sephardic Jewish Communities. It was founded during the Middle Ages, it was abolished by the Inquisition in the 15th century, and reestablished in the early 1800’s. Since then

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There are two active Jewish Communities in Norway, located in Oslo and Trondheim, but only 40% percent of the country’s Jewish population are members of these communities. The factors of assimilation, a diverse, hard-to-travel landscape and a small population scattered over a large territory with

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EUJS is an integral part of the European Youth Forum Interfaith Group, together with Muslim and Christian student groups, co‐organizing four interfaith seminars per year. EUJS believes strongly that interfaith dialogue, aside from its vital contribution to peace and understanding, has a powerful and meaningful

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