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We Jews are a diverse people. We speak many languages. We live in every part of the world. We have different cultures, foods, political views. But when a Jew’s mind is absorbed within Torah, it is the same Torah within which another Jew is absorbed. And another Jew. And yet another. We discuss and debate and share and challenge and...

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