Turkey's Symbolic Measures Toward Jews Neglect to Address Real anti-Semitism

Reopening synagogues and commemorating Holocaust victims is admirable, but these moves don't counter the hatred Turkish Jews face on a daily basis.

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The reopening of the Edirne Great Synagogue last month, on March 26, was a festive day for Turkey’s Jewish community, which numbers only about 15,000 members. In fact, with only a few Jews at the most...