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Rabbi to the Rescue: Menachem Youlus is called the Indiana Jones of Torah recovery and restoration. But there are doubts about his thrilling tales.
Wheaton bookstore owner Rabbi Menachem Youlus's accounts of Torahs miraculously restored from the ruins of the Holocaust have prompted billionaire investor David Rubenstein and others to buy the scrolls and donate them to dozensof synagogues. But why are so many so eager to believe?
By Martha Wexler and Jeff Lunden
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