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Flags of the United States and Israel draped the simple pine coffin of Marla Bennett, the 24-year-old student laid to rest on Monday, at a service that emphasized Jewish solidarity in the face of terrorism.
More than 1,500 mourners gathered in San Diego to bid farewell to Bennett,...