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Schneier has established in recent years good ties with leaders in the Persian Gulf as head of an organization promoting Jewish-Islamic ties called the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding.
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Practice halted in Israel years ago at behest of chief rabbinate.
One of the arguments is that some of its venues were non-Kosher restaurants.
By UDI SHAHAM
Fine to Pasta Basta seen as effort to intimidate businesses.
By JEREMY SHARON
The Israeli Chief Rabbinate currently has a monopoly over the issuing of kashrut certificates, though a recent High Court ruling has opened the door to a shift in the status quo.
Hashgacha Pratit’s supervision is increasingly in demand, but Heaven forbid anyone use the ‘K-word’
The Eshel Hashomron Hotel move could be the latest harbinger amid growing calls to privatize the kashrut system in the country.
Rabbinical authorities have spoken out against the shackle-and-hoist practice since 2008, encouraging the use of rotating restraint boxes – also known as rotating pens – instead.
By SHARON UDASIN
Several supervisors found to be 'working' for 24 hrs a day, one was allocated 27 hours of supervision work daily.
The Knesset’s main kitchen, which provides food to both the main meat cafeteria and the MK cafeteria, has been undergoing a massive, months-long renovation.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Kulanu MK Rachel Azaria, who has been a long-time advocate of kashrut supervision reform, said the ruling set a new precedent.
The most crucial part of Lau’s proposal is a reform whereby kashrut supervisors would no longer be employed by the restaurant or business under supervision.
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