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March 2, 2000
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A student at Brooklyn College has published a book to help imprisoned Jews maintain their religious practices. “Even though convicted criminals owe a debt to society, this does not necessarily mean that they must sacrifice their religious faith,” said Yitzhak Zelmanovitch, author of “Jews in Prison: A Primer on Jewish Religious Practices.”

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