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June 15, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-15

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48 Friday, June 15, 1984

THE_DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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All cut & freezer wrapped.
Our meat and store are kashered for Pesach

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Ritual slaughter
ban requested
in Holland

Amsterdam (JTA) — A
new demand to ban the
ritual slaughter of animals
in Holland for consumption
by observant Jews and Mos-
lems has been announced by
the Netherlands Society for
the Protection of Animals.
The group has urged the
Deputy Minister of Agricul-
ture to prohibit, effective
immediately, the slaughter
of animals for. export with-
out first stunning them and
to ban ritual slaughter for
local consumption within a
three-year period.
Should a local ban be in-
stituted, it would affect only
the small proportion of Hol-
land's 20,000 Jews who ob-
serve kashrut. But Jewish
ritual slaughter for export
is considerable. According
to the Society for the Protec-
tion of Animals, as many as
90,000 calves and head of
cattle were slaughtered ac-
cording to Jewish ritual
during the first quarter of
this year for export, mainly
to Israel.
Meanwhile, the annual
report of the Netherlands
Ashkenazi Congregation,
which has just been pub-
lished, revealed a slight
membership decrease dur-
ing the past year. According
to the report, group mem-
bership fell by 200 to
11,345. Nearly 9,000 of the
members live in Amster-
dam, The Hague and Rot-
terdam. The other 500
members live scattered all
over the, country in 35 con-
gregations. The Nether-
lands Liberal Congregation
has about 2,000 members
and the Sephardi congrega-
tion about 800.

Dig uncovers
ancient altar

Sealtest

SOUR CREAM

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WEDDINGS • ,BAR MITZVAHS
OR FOR ANY OCCASION . . . CALL

JERRY 559-4380

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — A Haifa
University archeologist
digging at Mt. Ebal in the
northern Samaria district of
the West Bank reported last
week the discovery of a
ritual sacrifice' altar which
conforms in size and shape
to the altar prescribed by
Moses.
According to the ar-
cheologist, Adam Zartal,
the altar, used for animal
sacrifices, dates from the
period of Israelite settle-
ment of the 13th to 12th
Centuries BCE. It measures
28 by 21 feet and was made
of unhewn stones, as or-
dained by the Torah.
"I do not claim that this
altar is the altar Joshua
built, but I do claim that we
have here here a highly im-
portant ritual center," Zar-
tal told reporters. "The indi-
cations this discovery gives
fit in with the Biblical tradi-
tions."

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