Should a Jewish convert to Christianity be trusted with matters of kashrut? The Chief Rabbinate said “no”. The secular Supreme Court of Israel said “yes”. Halachic authorities and the secular courts can't help but clash over this issue. Read about the half-baked case in our blog

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Comment by Jake Jacobs on September 11, 2009 at 9:27am
Why is it soooooooooooo difficult for some people to understand that you cannot trust someone whose entire Faith is based upon a rejection of yours, including your (Rabbinic Torah Kashruth) dietery laws, that he/she can't be trusted to sell an establishment that sells food?? Huh?


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