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27.05.2024

Not Kosher • Rabbanut employees received death threats

Overseas slaughter department employees have received death threats • Background: frustrated supervisors who were prevented integration in delegations abroad • Due to the threats, the department announced the retirement of activity

Not Kosher • Rabbanut employees received death threats
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Chief Rabbinate announced (Sunday) to employees of the Department of Foreign slaughter on the disabling of the department next week due to threats, B'Chadrei Charedim heard this evening (Sunday).


Overseas slaughtering department is responsible for assignment of the inspection teams sent to various countries and supervising the kashrus at slaughterhouses. The inspection teams are between 8 and 16 supervisors who leave for several months for supervision work and following the work period they return to Israel, and are replaced by another team for a period and then go again.


The alternate delegation method was previously adopted after receiving complaints against supervisors whose behavior was immoral, or that their commitment to work was loose.

But recently, threats increased on the lives of several employees of the department and their families. Chief Rabbinate suspects that the threats come from supervisors denied to participate in delegations and their livelihoods have been harmed.

Following the threats the Chief Rabbinate decided to disable the department and will not answer the phone, there will be no reception and no services will be provided by the department these days.


B'Chadrei Charedim learned that the chief rabbis approached the police commissioner to request an urgent meeting with him to discuss the impossible situation in which public employees who do their job properly, must absorb threats to them and their families.




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