'In two more generations, there won't be any Jews left here'

Former Jewish community president says he asked French government to preserve Paris synagogue since 'no Jews will remain to care for it.'

Refael Levi, Paris ,

"בעוד שני דורות לא יהיו פה יהודים"
"בעוד שני דורות לא יהיו פה יהודים"

Former President of the Versailles Jewish Community Samuel Sandler spoke to Arutz Sheva about the special request he would like to make of France's Culture Ministry.

Sandler lost his son and two grandsons in a terror attack in Toulouse in 2012.

In the interview, Sandler said he had turned to the Culture Ministry and requested they preserve Paris' historical Great Synagogue, since in two or three generations there will be no more Jews who will be able to take care of it.

According to Sandler, the synagogue is important even if there are no Jews attending it, and he therefore requested the government take the matter into their own hands.

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