The owner of the Jerusalem tea house Halita'tea was surprised to learn he would have to pay more to keep his kashrut certificate from the Chief Rabbinate because his new business partner, Leon Schwartz, is of Russian descent; 'the kashrut supervisor told me: "I don't like the looks of him, he's Russian, I don't trust him."'


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