Unidentified Nazis set Moscow’s largest Jewish university

Unidentified Nazis set Moscow’s largest Jewish university

The fire completely destroyed the kosher meat warehouse.

In Moscow, unidentified persons set the Torat Haim yeshiva, the largest Jewish university in Russia. The fire destroyed the storehouse with kosher meat. The incident occurred on the eve of the main Jewish holiday – Pesach, the RT reports.

When the building caught fire, 60 students, rabbis and guests who gathered for a ritual meal were inside. No one was injured. The perpetrators drew a swastika on the building’s wall.

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