Sa-Nur Chabad Efforts To Save The Town Of Sa-Nur Up Until August 23, 2005
The small north-central Shomron community of Sa-Nur and the Chabad efforts to keep a Jewish presence in the town. At one point there was a Chabad yeshiva of about 10 students learning there (see video of their forced removal). The town of Sa-nur was founded in 1983 with 54 people. By 2004, Sa Nur had 112 families. The town was destroyed by the Israeli army August 23rd 2005.
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