A new survey indicated that American Jews feel a stronger attachment to Israel than they did before Sept. 11. The survey of 606 U.S. Jewish adults conducted by the Forward newspaper also showed that almost half say they are “more in touch” with their Jewish identity since the terror attacks on the United States. The survey, which had a 6 percent margin of error, found that American Jews are evenly divided over whether to support the Bush administration’s “effort to include Arab states” in its anti- terrorism coalition.
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