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February 20, 2002
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Jewish communal leaders say the Bush administration has not struck a balance between civil rights and national security. In a hotly debated resolution passed this week at the annual conference of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs in Washington, community leaders praised the White House for its overall efforts in the war on terrorism, but they also said issues of attorney-client privilege, detention of immigrants and military tribunals have raised civil liberties concerns.

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