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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.
Seven useful downloads for those who lead — or wish to lead — a more observant Jewish life.
Practice halted in Israel years ago at behest of chief rabbinate.
"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
"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
Called the “Queen of the Antilles,” Jamaica is known as an island of tropical vegetation, delightful climate, sun, sand and sea.
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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.
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.
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