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  • Phoenix
    Oct 5, 2004 Expand Messages
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      Only received one reply so far, so I'd be very interested in reading
      your views. And, of course anyone else's views.

      --- In koshervegetarian@yahoogroups.com, stats613@j... wrote:
      > Good question. I'd be happy to offer you an answer if you haven't
      already
      > received too many.
      >
      > -Gershon
      >
      >
      > On Mon, 04 Oct 2004 16:52:09 -0000 "Phoenix" <phoenixpiano@a...>
      > writes:
      >
      > How can a Jewish vegan (or vegetarian for that matter) have a
      kosher
      > Mesusa-parchment that isn't made from animal skin? Numerous
      passages
      > in the Tanakh teach against cruelty to animals. Since the animal
      has
      > to die for the parchment to be made, something I'm totally against,
      > how can one fulfill this obligation?
      >
      > The same question applies to the leather used for Tefillin and the
      > ram's horn used for the Shofar.
      >
      > Thanks
      >
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