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The prospective couple is set up by family and friends to meet each other and decide if they would eventually like to marry.
A process of fragmentation had begun, whereby great scholars established academies of their own.
How often do we hear the accusation that “Jews only look after their own?”
There’s a reason things happen a certain way, and whether or not we’re in on the plan, there’s a plan nonetheless.
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