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How Many Jewish Leaders Actually Read The Prayer Book?


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And if God provides help, all the better.

Mark Gold does volunteer work on behalf of U.S. national security and Israel. He is retired from a career in the transportation industry and lives in the northeastern U.S. His columns have been published by media outlets including The Jewish Press, Arutz Sheva, and The Jerusalem Post. His blogsite is www.markgold.wordpress.com.

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