Estonia to Lead Fight Against European Anti-Kosher Bill

Estonia’s prime minister has promised to fight against a European Parliament bill that would force kosher meat to be labeled “unstunned before slaughter.”  The special labeling might discourage people from buying kosher meat, thereby causing a sharp drop in demand and an exorbitant rise in prices.

Prime Minister Andrus Ansip told the Rabbinical Center of Europe (RCE) and representatives of European Jewish organizations that he would help convince his colleagues in the European Parliament to vote against the kosher labeling law when it comes for a vote in its second reading in July.


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