Israel’s Pork Problem

What a change to one of the most controversial laws in Israeli history could mean for the country’s Christian Arabs.

Jeffrey Yoskowitz

On the eve of Israel’s independence in 1948, as the new nation faced the challenge of building a country in the midst of war, early leaders debated many hot-button issues: what to do with Arab refugees; how to settle hundreds of thousands of immigrants; and, perhaps most unexpectedly, should raising pigs be permitted. … Read More>>

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