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Israeli Coalition Lawmaker Blasts Kashrut Reform for Excluding non-Orthodox Streams

MK Alon Tal warns that any plans that don’t allow the Reform and Conservative movements to issue their own kashrut certification ‘turns Orthodox intolerance into Israeli public policy’

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A Conservative Jewish member of Israel’s governing coalition slammed his own government Wednesday for leaving the Reform and Conservative movements out of plans to end the Chief Rabbinate’s monopoly on kashrut certification.

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