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The forefathers of the Jewish people were prophets. Later, prophets and prophetesses guided the people, chided them and comforted them.
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I am a Muslim. In my religion, wine is forbidden. Does Judaism honestly believe that such a sensual indulgence can be considered holy?
Even if a pickle jar is marked as containing “kosher pickles,” it does not necessarily mean that the pickles are actually kosher to eat.
The kids, who are the guardians of our faith, are still delighted by the simple pleasure of a tchotchke.
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