Rabbinic human rights group T’ruah calls for transparency on donor money spent on settlements.17:48 08.10.15 | 0 comments
Unfortunately, I understand this situation all too well. Living in Israel, in 1982, my mother ate some salami which contained lots of soy, to which she was highly allergic. She always checked contents very carefully before she ate anything. There was no mention of vegetable protein, soy, nothing...She died of allergic shock too, but at the age of 54. The kibbutz which criminally neglected to list the ingredients was fined an equivalent of $35. ..The loss destroyed our family and took an extremely intelligent, kind, highly skilled and very productive person out. There needs to be stronger consumer protections now! I'm so sad to hear about this young woman's senseless death and I do know how difficult this is for those who love her. My condolences to all.