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November 27, 2002
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A U.S. court rejected a petition to rehear a case about a Sabbath boundary in Tenafly, N.J. Last week’s decision upheld a ruling that allowed the boundary, or eruv, to be created, the New Jersey Jewish News reported. According to Jewish tradition, an eruv establishes a perimeter within which observant Jews can carry objects on the Sabbath.

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