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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.
A match made in heaven
By CARL HOFFMAN
Each recipe has a unique twist to it, and is especially fitting for a specific celebration.
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
The kosher world continues to grow and diversify
By HOWARD BLAS
The restaurant will open at a time of decline for Baku’s Jewish population, which now numbers no more than 8,000. It was double that in 2000.
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
Two rabbis from the Orthodox Union Kashrut Division traveled to Saudi Arabia and Dubai in order to inspect, supervise and certify the food as kosher.
By JEREMY SHARON
Advertisement for singer reportedly seeking someone 'familiar with all the basic rules' of kashrut.
By AMY SPIRO
Until a glorious day in 1998, Hydrox was the premiere kosher sandwich cookie on the market, while Oreos remained treif, lacking a kosher hechsher, or seal of approval.
By BEN SALES/JTA
“It wouldn’t even be meat, so you can consume it with dairy,” said the rabbi.
Antisemitism in Europe and the Islamic world.
By MARC SCHNEIER
The recent Belgian government ban of shechita (Jewish ritual slaughter) overlooks some important considerations.
By RICHARD H. SCHWARTZ
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