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August 20, 1684 This Day in Jewish History Padua Attacks Its Turk-friendly’ Jews

Mistakenly thinking the Christians had routed the Muslims from Buda, Paduans celebrate by sacking the ghetto - yet all the Jews survived.

On August 20, 1684, the Jewish population of Padua was spared from complete annihilation. Though angry neighbors stormed through...