The rebirth of Judaism continues in Germany:
A group of rabbis has been ordained in Germany for the first time since World War II and the destruction by the Nazis of the country’s Jewish seminaries.
Three Jewish graduates from the Abraham Geiger College in Potsdam were ordained in the eastern city of Dresden.
More than 100,000 Jews live in Germany but there is a dearth of rabbis – there are only about 25 of them serving 100 congregations, a BBC reporter says.
For years Germany has had to rely on rabbis imported from abroad.
The ordination took place in Dresden’s new synagogue which was rebuilt after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Meanwhile, Zionist zealots continue to display signs of pathological delusion and shame Jews everywhere.