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The May 19 article “Rabbi Fired Over Sex Claims, Defenders Offer Mea Culpa” contained incorrect information about the location of Bayit Chadash, the spiritual center where the alleged abuser was a teacher. The center is located in Jaffa.

The May 19 article “Ala. Democrats Scramble To Bounce Shoah Denier From Primary Ballot” contained incorrect information about the 2002 attorney general candidacy of Larry Darby. He sought the Libertarian nomination, but did not receive it.

In addition, the article reported that Darby had been forced to resign as president of the Atheist Law Center because he hosted an event with a well-known Holocaust denier. The center’s current president, Carol Moore, sent the Forward a letter stating that Darby resigned to run for public office.

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