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Chabad of France To Convene National Conference

Paris, France

(lubavitch.com) Chabad-Lubavitch representatives in France will convene for the first national conference, Sunday-Monday, April 25-26.

To date, there are 113 Chabad centers and 452 representatives, (men and women) serving France’s Jewish population. The conference will address issues pertinent to the country’s Jewish population needs, and the challenges specific to French Jewry.

While many Jews have left France in recent years, the country still counts the largest Jewish population in Western Europe, numbering over 500,000.

Rabbi Shmuel Azimov, senior Chabad representative to France will lead the Paris-based Conference. Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Vice Chairman of the Chabad-Lubavitch educational division will address the conference.


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