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Malta’s parliament commemorates Yom Hashoah and on Malta’s second-largest island, Gozo, a moment of silence is observed.

Relations with Israel, he said, are good, though the ambassador to Malta lives in Israel and visits only every two months.

In 2013, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat became the first Maltese leader to visit Israel, Ohayon said.

A peaceable EU country within easy reach of European capitals, Malta has unwittingly been thrust into headlines of late with the murder of local journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who led the Panama Papers investigation into corruption in the country.

There’s a huge flower-strewn memorial to Caruana Galizia in Malta’s modern and hip capital, Valletta, and residents are sad and frightened about the murder, but hopeful that an FBI-assisted investigation will at last expose corruption.

Enraged by Butch's affront and already determined to get revenge on him for a past wrong, Tank sets about getting even with his old enemy by hiring a hulking brute, Gates to beat Butch.

When the confrontation occurs, however, Gates breaks his hand on the battle-hardened Butch.

Butch "Bullet" Stein is a Jewish junkie from the mean streets of Brooklyn, is paroled after eight years in prison.

Butch rips off a runner for local drug dealer, Tank, and is soon right back into his old habits of snorting coke and shooting up heroin with his best friend Lester.

He leads the Sephardi-style service but with an Ashkenazi prayerbook. One of them, a gift from an Iranian-English Jew, is housed in a magnificent silver filigreed capsule.

Sitting nearby is Rabbi Chaim Shalom, who established a Chabad Centre here in 2013 and set up “L’Chaim,” the country’s sole kosher restaurant, both in the nearby seaside town of St. Asked about the Holocaust era, Ohayon relates that the country’s Jews were unscathed (many joined the British army) but he recalls his father Avraham and others hid for months in underground shelters to escape German bombing.

The community prospered until 1492, when the Edict of Expulsion forced out all Jews from Malta and Sicily. The Knights Hospitaller, who still form a huge footprint here, were finally thrown out of Malta by Napoleon.

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