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13.11.2017. 22:23
Turska
 
T urkey’s small Jewish community got a rare chance to showcase its culture in Istanbul last Sunday during the European Days of Jewish Culture event. “Our target is non-Jews who want to know more about us,” said Nisya Isman Allovi, director of the Quincentennial Foundation Museum of Turkish Jews that organised the event, which was attended by about 1,300 people.

Mala zajednica Židova u Turskoj je imala rijetku priliku da u Istambulu pokaže svoju kulturu, u toku Europskog dana židovske kulture. Nisya  Isman Allovi, direktorica Muzeja  turskih Židova, koja je organizirala priredbe za oko 1.300 ljudi je kazala da je cilj bio da " Ne-Židovi  saznaju više o nama"

Hatice Yilmaz and Halime Niyaz,  studenti Židovske kulture, su bile impresionirane profesionalnom izvedbom   kazališne  predstave o  tradicionalnom  aškenaškom vjenčanju, bibliotekom i muzičkim priredbama.

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Turkey’s 2,600-year-old Jewish community of approximately 17,000 has long been targeted with antisemitic stereotypes and hate speech from media outlets and politicians. According to a 2015 report by the Anti-Defamation League, 71 per cent of Turks agree with a majority of common antisemitic stereotypes.

The Neve Shalom Synagogue in Istanbul, which is part of the heavily guarded complex that hosted the events, was hit by devastating attacks in 1986 and 2003.

On July 20, the synagogue was pelted with stones by Turkish ultranationalists protesting against new security restrictions in Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque.... 

In 2015, there were several positive initiatives, including the first publicly celebrated Chanukah, and the restoration and inauguration of the Edirne Great Synagogue in the country’s north-west.