Anna Therese Day
By Anna Therese Day
Memories of Jews Linger in Rubble of Syria’s Ruined Second City
As we wound our way through the rebel-controlled neighborhoods of the decimated streets of Aleppo, I could hardly recognize what was once one of Syria’s most prosperous cities. This part of Syria’s second-largest metropolis, a town once storied for its ethnic diversity, was now a pockmarked jumble of cratered ruins, even as life in government-controlled…
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