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Jews of Finland Buy Kosher Meat Abroad

May 3, 1923
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The government of Finland having prohibited Schechita, observing Jews are obliged to import meat from the neighboring countries. A number of Jews from Helsingfors are now in Riga, others are Reval, Esthonia, making arrangements for the importation of kosher meats into Finland.

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