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Prince Charles Opens Jewish Center
May 7, 2008   
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Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Parker-Bowles opened a new Jewish Community Center in Cracow on April 29.

The ceremony was officiated by Poland's Chief Rabbi, Michael Schudrich, who together with Prince Charles placed a mezuzah, a box with traditional parchment inscribed with verses from the Torah, on the center's doorpost. The Cracow center was built under Prince Charles' patronage by World Jewish Relief (WJR), a London-based charity organization. The WJR's goal is to respond to the needs of Jewish communities at risk or in crisis around the world. The new building, in the heart of the city by the Tempel Synagogue, will host social, educational and religious meetings for the Jewish community. It will also serve as an exhibition gallery.

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