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Safer Torah

An illustrated look at Torah theft and Torah protection

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'Safer Torah' comic by Vanessa Davis, page 1

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Fascinating story, and it works shockingly well in comix form. Vanessa is SO SO SO GOOD at what she does.

dina truman says:

wow, good job at presenting this info…who knew?

leave it to jews to figure out a kosher way to mark each scroll, as well.

Sloane Citron says:

Great job! I didn’t think this could work but obviously Venessa is very talented. Thanks!

Allan Baumgarten says:

Nicely done – but quibble over term “impure” – a sefer Torah cannot become ritually impure – see this explanation from Rabbi Shlomo Riskin: http://www.ohrtorahstone.org.il/features/q&a19.htm

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Safer Torah

An illustrated look at Torah theft and Torah protection