Thank you, Sharon Berger for including me in this article.
Former Sydneysider Ondine Sherman, managing director and co-founder of Voiceless, the animal protection institute, lives in Israel. She says an increasing number of rabbis and Jewish leaders are doing “great work” in this space, which gives her hope.
Growing up, she read a book about Judaism and vegetarianism that made her “appreciate the thinking behind Jewish faith and culture, but also question the current practice of Jewish kashrut and leadership, which she says ignores the real values around protecting animals that are embedded in the Torah”. She says many of the laws...
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