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Review of the Book “From Kosher to Halal”

On May 5, 2020, a notable Ph.D. by the name of Andrew Joyce published his thorough review of the book “From Kosher to Halal: When Greed, Politics, and the Sneaky Destruction of Western Civilization Intertwine” by Suzanne Bousquet. Dr. Joyce has written over 200 essays and reviews on the subject of Jewish influence, and the […]

Federal Trade Commission Complaint

The United States Government has a large agency to address consumer complaints, the Federal Trade Commission. We filed a complaint, FTC number 116616117 that addresses the encroachment on our religious liberties and the deceptive trade practice that underlies the religious certification industry. The main body of text below reflects what was filed. Their emailed response was this: […]

Kosher Toilet Paper?

We continue with Part 2 of our excerpts from the newly published book “From Kosher to Halal: When greed, politics and the sneaky destruction of Western Civilization intertwine”. This short read covers kosher requirements related to paper products during the Sabbath and Passover. Perhaps President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner knows a thing or two about […]

A Canadian Investigation into Kosher Certification

KosChertified? Blogger will be highlighting excerpts of the book “From Kosher to Halal: When greed, politics and the sneaky destruction of Western Civilization intertwine” by Suzanne Bousquet. We hope this helps our readers become “kosher aware”, so that they can better understand how this religious certification industry affects them!  Here is our first post:  An […]

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KosChertified Blogger

There are countless websites, apps, newsletters and even magazines devoted to the Jewish followers of Kashrus, the Kosher dietary laws. However, the staff behind TheKosherQuestion.com are not experts in this religious field, but occasionally publish articles that will provoke interest from all consumers into various aspects of the kosher certification industry. As far as we know, we may be the only non-Jewish entity in the free world seriously addressing this subject matter for consumers outside the faith of Judaism. For if kosher certified goods pervade every cupboard, cabinet, refrigerator, and sink of the average household, spanning perhaps 1.5 million products – even inedible ones – under rabbinical control, shouldn’t there be a source to non-Jews to educate and inform – to build “Kosher Awareness?”

We are your consumer advocate and consumer watchdog! Our humble effort is a pittance of that required to bring “equity” to the consumer who does not keep kosher and does not wish to support the programs financed through kosher certification or the ancient religious laws and proscriptions of a faith not followed. In America today, one cannot eat or prepare food without indirectly supporting kosher agencies (if the supermarket is the primary marketplace for procuring sustenance.)

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