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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Steven Pressman
Both Krauses were Jews, but not particularly observant, said filmmaker Steven Pressman, who created the documentary.
"Let me describe the Krauses this way," Mr. Pressman told The Washington Times in a telephone interview. "Gilbert, in particular, came from a long-standing German-Jewish family, professional class, upper middle income, not wealthy, but comfortable. Almost all of them were very secular Jews, they were not religious Jews, [but] they were part of that crowd and community. They were not religious, but [they were] very social-minded."