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As the world scrambled for information about the militia movement, Mr. Months earlier -- well before Helen Chenoweth, western Idaho's now-notorious militia booster, went to Congress -- he had been assigned by his temple's board to monitor the heavily armed paramilitary groups that were increasingly seen in the company of elected state officials. Yurman's assignment, he explained, was a first for a Jewish community that traces back 80-odd years; "We're a congregation, not a social-action committee." But the imperative of self-protection combined with the inertia of some Idaho lawmakers left the synagogue with little choice but to watch its own flank.

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A Warning to Teenagers Before They Start Dating, The New York.

As the world scrambled for information about the militia movement, Mr. Months earlier -- well before Helen Chenoweth, western Idaho's now-notorious militia booster, went to Congress -- he had been assigned by his temple's board to monitor the heavily armed paramilitary groups that were increasingly seen in the company of elected state officials. Yurman's assignment, he explained, was a first for a Jewish community that traces back 80-odd years; "We're a congregation, not a social-action committee." But the imperative of self-protection combined with the inertia of some Idaho lawmakers left the synagogue with little choice but to watch its own flank.

The congregation's approach to the practice of religion is similarly improvisational and self-starting.

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