When Hanukkah Came to Beth Emeth

Roth, Cynthia
November 2013
Texas Jewish Historical Society Newsletter;Nov2013, p15
The article discusses robbery incident at the Temple Beth Emeth in Sherman, Texas in October 2009. The author described how the building, which has been surrounded by neighboring businesses, was robbed and was vandalized, noting that prayer books were burned and Beth Emeth's Torah scroll was missing. The vandals, who were caught by the police, confessed that they have thrown the stolen scroll in a dumpster.


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