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| Israeli hotels can serve food on Shabbat and be kosher, but for restaurants it's too 'risky'

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Friday, 13 September 10:52 AM
An appeal by a Jerusalem restaurateur to end the contradictory policies of the Chief Rabbinate that allow hotels with a kashrut certificate to serve food to guests on Shabbat, but bars restaurants from doing the same, failed this week.

The Chief Rabbinical Council rejected a petition by Yehonatan Vadai, who owns the kosher Bab al-Yemen restaurant in Jerusalem’s Rehavia neighborhood, to operate on Shabbat.
         
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