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Significant that after all the years the Jews have lived quietly among us, not until now a problem has arisen.
^ I was thinking that, Naomi. Quietly got on with their dietary requirements for decades(centuries?).
Now they get roped in with the ROPers whenever we have to change to fit in with alien choices.
Pretty well done, to be honest. The principal litigants have co-opted compliant Jews in their suit and have contrived to get a Sikh judge to adjudicate it.

We now know the circumstances under which the principle of equal treatment before the law must be subordinated to ignorant superstition.

Quite. Bit by bit, drip, drip, drip.
"Significant that after all the years the Jews have lived quietly among us, not until now a problem has arisen."

Yes I have a certain sympathy for the Jewish people who have been subordinated into this malarky. I know a lot of Jews and know of their desire for early burial. But I also know that when there have been delays because of post-mortem requirements they simply shrug their shoulders and get over it. Not so, I'm afraid, the other group involved in this litigation.
ummmm: "TTT what is the indigenous practise?" - in a queuing situation we take our turn when it's our turn - surprised you are not familiar with the concept.

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