April 13, 2012

When Mormons Saved Jewish Lives

Medoff & Even-Haim, Haaretz

Jewish-Mormon relations are back in the news.

Mitt Romney is likely to become the Republican nominee for president - which would make him the first Mormon to do so - and will be actively seeking Jewish votes. Meanwhile, controversy has erupted over several Mormon temples conducting proxy baptisms of Holocaust victims.

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