Polish Butchers Guild Seeks Bill Aiming at Prohibition of Schechita
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Polish Butchers Guild Seeks Bill Aiming at Prohibition of Schechita

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

A movement to prohibit the Schechita, the Jewish method of slaughtering animals in the Republic of Poland was initiated by the Guild of Polish Berchers, in a memorandum submitted to the Polish Ministry of Agriculture. This move which freed report in the Ministry of Agriculture is however, opposed by the Minister of the Interior and the Minister of Religious and Economic.

In their memorandum urging the prohibition of the Schechita the Guild presented the following arguments First, the Schechita is to be prohibited on humanitarian grounds. They campaign that the Schechita involves cruelty to animals Society, house if the Schechita the Jewish founders are able to change ## these parts of the animal which the Jews are allowed to eat, that they can undersell the gold teachers in the parts not exam by Jews. This makes it impossible for the Christian teachers, is ampere with the Jewish teachers, The Christian teachers are forced to sell these parts ## cast and are compelled to charge higher prices for other parts, times increasing the price of meat they ##

An ## sent by the government to the officers of the Warsaw municipal slaughtering houses claimed the reply that the Schechita does not involve cruelty to animals and that it has not resolve to the high price of non-member ##. It is generally believed that this justice will think the movement for an anti-Schechita hill.

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