Christians in Manaus pray to the 'Jewish saint'

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The tombstone of Rabbi Shalom Imanuel Muyal, who died of yellow fever in 1910, stands above his tomb at the Saint John the Baptist Cemetery in Manaus, Friday, June 20, 2014. Local Christians in the Amazonian city have made it a tradition to turn up at Muyal's burial spot in the Saint John the Baptist Cemetery to pray for miracles. (AP Photo/Chris Lehourites)MANAUS, Brazil (AP) — Deep in the Amazon rainforest, but right in the middle of the jungle region's biggest city, lies the final resting place of the "Jewish saint."

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