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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.
Hashgacha Pratit’s supervision is increasingly in demand, but Heaven forbid anyone use the ‘K-word’
By JEREMY SHARON
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.
Speaking to The Jerusalem Post, Bar-Nir said about 30 hotels had expressed interest in switching kashrut supervision, and such a step would be highly likely if it became legally possible.
The Chief Rabbinate has stated that it is considering the settlement of Efrat's kashrut procedures as a model for the rest of the country.
In a debate over MK Elazar Stern’s doomed legislation to reform kashrut supervision, he and Religious Services Minister David Azoulay traded barbs over who was truly serving the public.
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