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The honest answer to the above question is probably “everything and a lot of it."
My daughter answered that I gave the store “my blessing.” I was not aware of the story or its content until it appeared and now that I have read it, I feel I must comment.
The Israeli Embassy posted a picture of the two eating, but the plates were scratched out seemingly in an attempt to cover up what most Twitter commenters have decided is lobster.
“Who is like Your people, Israel, one nation in the Land?”
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
"My extended family keeps kosher and they ask me all the time - what about us, what about your family, we can't eat your food," Segev said.
By AMY SPIRO
Kosher wine becomes a participation sport on social media.
By Adam Montefiore
The first responsibility of us rabbis is to know the difference between right and wrong.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
"Next you’ll tell us to drop our trousers to check our circumcision," MK says at discrimination hearing.
By JEREMY SHARON
Meat and Eat in Netanya is warm and welcoming
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
They took the money but left the meat.
Called the “Queen of the Antilles,” Jamaica is known as an island of tropical vegetation, delightful climate, sun, sand and sea.
By BEN G. FRANK
The inmates have become the latest in a string of prisoners suing for access to kosher food.
As wildfires continue to rip through the North Bay Area, the Jewish community is reaching out to help those most affected by the devastation.
By SUE FISHKOFF/JTA
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