A Maryland rabbi who sold Jewish congregations Torahs that he said were saved from the Holocaust era has promised state officials that from now on, he will make that claim only if verifiable or independent documentation can be found to support it.P. Richard Zitelman, president of Save a Torah Inc., signed an agreement on July 8 with the Maryland Office of the Secretary of State and the Office of the Attorney General, under which the charity said it would modify its claims about the origins of the Torahs in question.The agreement, which did not include an admission of guilt, was signed after a state investigation into claims made by Save a Torah about the origins of Torahs it said it had found.