Video Of Interest: A Rabbi’s Plea: Wave Money, Not Chickens



  1. there are other issues as well.It is not appropriate to say a tefilla in a foul smelling area.The circus atmosphere is also not conducive to kavana.

  2. while there are some valid concerns. you don’t need to ban it,- how about “improve it”. yes, it can be done. where i live, the chickens run loose, they are not contained in crates. water and food is provided. and the “kapara centers” compete by advertising these details. shechita is done by qualified shochtim, under rabbinical supervision, checked, salted properly, and then are given to local soup kitchen’s and poor families. it’s up to us to demand improvement when needed, and patronize those that perfect the system, and are not just out to make a quick buck.