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Passover has fewer celebrants in state

By Francisca Jones

This article was published April 15, 2017 at 2:00 a.m.

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Bill Rubenstein is the former president of Temple Anshe Emeth in Pine Bluff. The synagogue in Pine Bluff, once a city with a thriving Jewish community, closed in June with a congregation of fewer than 10 members.

State Rep. Charlie Collins (from left), Rabbi Benzion Pape, Mendel Ciment, Rabbi Yosef Kramer, Rabbi Pinchus Ciment, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state Rep...

Passover is one of the most universally celebrated elements of Judaism, but a dip in congregation numbers has some within the state's Jewish community concerned.

State Rep. Charlie Collins (from left), Rabbi Benzion Pape, Mendel Ciment, Rabbi Yosef Kramer, Rabbi Pinchus Ciment, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state Rep...

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