For first time, women take Chief Rabbinate’s exam to become kashrut inspectors
Nine women take test; those who passed are eligible for hire by religious councils.
For the first time ever, women on Wednesday took the Chief Rabbinate’s exams to become kashrut inspectors. Chief Rabbi David Lau approved the move over the objections of council members. Emunah, the Orthodox women’s movement, which waged the battle to end the ban on women, called it “an achievement of historic significance.”
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