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Topic - Robert Schenck
Five weeks after vandals toppled a monument of the Ten Commandments at a site facing the east facade of the U.S. Supreme Court, the tablet was rededicated Tuesday by an ecumenical group of Capitol Hill civic, political and religious leaders at the headquarters of the Faith and Action ministry.
"The Ten Commandments are the most universal of all ethical basic codes. They are followed by Jews, Muslims and Christians," Mr. Schenck said, as he looked up at the image of Moses etched at the top of the Supreme Court building.
"The great words of Sinai will be seen from Capitol Hill once again," Mr. Schenck added, noting that generous donations for the monument's restoration were given by several interfaith networks.