Jerusalem's kashrut rebels unveil new ally: an Orthodox rabbi
Aaron Leibowitz is backing restaurants' right to call themselves kosher without the trouble and expense of obtaining rabbinate supervision.
A number of Jerusalem food establishments have begun taking the law into their own hands - Jewish law, that is. And now, they have acquired an Orthodox rabbi as an ally in their battle with the Chief Rabbinate over the right to call themselves kosher.
"I don't intend to eat in every place that advertises itself as kosher, but I think it is the right of every place to do so,"