David Gerbi is a 56-year-old psychoanalyst from Italy, but to Libyan
rebels he was the “revolutionary Jew.” He returned to his homeland after
44 years in exile to help oust Colonel Moammar Gadhafi, and to take on
what may be an even more challenging mission.
That job began
Sunday, when he took a sledgehammer to a concrete wall. Behind it, the
door to Tripoli’s crumbling main synagogue, unused since Col. Gadhafi
expelled Libya’s small Jewish community early in his decades-long rule.
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