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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?
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The kids, who are the guardians of our faith, are still delighted by the simple pleasure of a tchotchke.
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