Opinion The Kosher Monopoly Oppresses Israel's Secular Majority

The secular public doesn’t dream of preventing ultra-Orthodox residents from celebrating the Sabbath as they see fit. So why can’t the religious public act accordingly?

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One of the most deplorable sections in the State Comptroller’s report published this week concerned the issue of kashrut. The comptroller tells of a corrupt kashrut supervision system, operated like a monopoly...