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May 9, 1992 | From Religious News Service
Historically, sacrifice has been to religion what yeast is to a rising bread: the ingredient that guarantees the integrity of the end product. But for many American Jews, the financial sacrifice needed to ensure a full Jewish life is unreachable, according to a report issued here this week by the American Jewish Committee.
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December 24, 2002 | Sebastian Rotella, Times Staff Writer
BARCELONA, Spain -- Despite a crackdown on terrorism financing after the Sept. 11 attacks, Saudi Arabia still must dismantle a system that has permitted hundreds of millions of dollars to flow to Islamic extremists through businesses and charities, according to a report submitted to the U.N.
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December 24, 2002 | Sebastian Rotella, Times Staff Writer
BARCELONA, Spain -- Despite a crackdown on terrorism financing after the Sept. 11 attacks, Saudi Arabia still must dismantle a system that has permitted hundreds of millions of dollars to flow to Islamic extremists through businesses and charities, according to a report submitted to the U.N.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1992 | From Religious News Service
Historically, sacrifice has been to religion what yeast is to a rising bread: the ingredient that guarantees the integrity of the end product. But for many American Jews, the financial sacrifice needed to ensure a full Jewish life is unreachable, according to a report issued here this week by the American Jewish Committee.
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September 19, 1990 | SHERRY ANGEL
The family--including several generations gathered for a reunion--lingered around the table after dinner, and soon the talk turned to the subject of love. "How do you know when you're in love?" someone asked. The young people were quick to describe the symptoms: heart palpitations, sweaty palms, loss of appetite, insomnia, a feeling of euphoria. Then they turned to the widowed, 93-year-old matriarch of the family, expecting her to add something sentimental.
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July 17, 1996 | TRACY JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Armed with sleeping bags, about 30 members of an Inglewood church have moved into their church building, pledging to fight eviction after they lost their deed to the property. As of 12:01 this morning, All People's Lockhaven Christian Lighthouse Church legally became the property of a Christian lending institution in an unusual battle over religion and finances. Church members began locking themselves in Monday evening, vowing that sheriff's deputies would have to drag them out.
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June 7, 2006 | Jessica Garrison, Times Staff Writer
A nondescript stucco building on Slauson Avenue went into escrow earlier this year. One small sale in a real estate-obsessed town, it also signaled that Los Angeles had become the latest battleground in a bitter family feud that has divided one of Nigeria's highest-profile faiths and sparked violent protests in Africa.
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