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Rabbi Berry Nash, right, prays as Montana Rep. Dave Fern, R-Whitefish, wears boxes containing Torah versus called Tefillin on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017 in Helena, Mont. Nash was among a delegation of Orthodox Jewish rabbis from the U.S. and Canada who met with Fern and other state leaders to thank them for defending the Jewish community in Whitefish when it was threatened and harassed by white supremacists last month. (AP Photo/Matt Volz).

Rabbis plan response to white supremacist threats in Montana

- Associated Press

Orthodox Jewish rabbis said Wednesday they will counter white supremacists' harassment of the Jewish community in the Montana town of Whitefish by sending students to visit the Auschwitz concentration camp and by mailing a Torah to every Jewish family in the state.

Inaugural crowds sure to be huge _ but how huge?

- Associated Press

Donald Trump says his inauguration will have "an unbelievable, perhaps record-setting turnout." Organizers of a protest the next day call it the biggest demonstration in history to welcome a new president.

Catherine Szeltner to host "EWTN Pro-Life Weekly." (Twitter screenshot)

New pro-life TV show coming to EWTN

Catholic News Agency

On the eve of this year's March for Life in Washington, D.C., EWTN Global Catholic Network will launch a new half-hour weekly program, "EWTN Pro-Life Weekly," focusing on promoting the culture of life.

FILE - In this Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 file photo, Egyptian Al Ahly club player Mohamed Aboutrika is embraced by a fan after winning South Africa's Orlando Pirates, at the Arab Contractors stadium in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian authorities on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017 have added one of the country's all-time greatest soccer players, Mohamed Aboutrika, to a terror watch and no-fly list over accusations he helped finance the Muslim Brotherhood, now banned as a terrorist organization. Authorities also say they've arrested nine alleged Brotherhood leaders for planning to "disrupt order and security" on the upcoming Jan. 25 anniversary of the 2011 Arab Spring uprising. (AP Photo/Osama Abdel Naby, File)

Egypt puts soccer star Aboutrika on no-fly, terror list

- Associated Press

Egyptian authorities have placed one of the country's all-time greatest soccer players on a terror watch and no-fly list, over accusations he helped finance the Muslim Brotherhood, now banned as a terrorist organization, judicial officials said Wednesday.