The Fighting Irish Jews: Despite Dwindling Numbers, the Community Celebrates a Rich History

The recent closing of a 120-year-old synagogue is reflective of an overall Jewish exodus from the birthplace of Chaim Herzog and Leopold Bloom, but longtime members recall fond memories.

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DUBLIN — Between the national election and the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising, the Irish — a famously loquacious bunch — have much to debate over their pints of Guinness these...