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The bar and bat mitzvah as we know it today began in the 12th century and has evolved significantly through the centuries.
Jewish tradition has a complex stance on the death penalty, one that emphasizes both the gravity of certain crimes and the sanctity of human life.
“From the standpoint of the Torah, there can be no distinction between one human being and another on the basis of race or color.”

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