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Rabbis black-list non-kosher music

An ultra-orthodox group in Israel has drawn up a black-list of Jewish musicians and bands - saying it's not kosher and forbidden at weddings Full Story

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Here is a selection of comments on BBC: As Orthodox Jews, my husband and I listen to a wide variety of music. I do not think either of our musical preferences in any way corrupts our morals. Rather, I believe the music we listen to gives voice to how we are feeling or how we wish to feel. On a more important note, music can be used as a tool for reaching unaffiliated Jews. For instance, my mother-in-law uses the melodies from contemporary songs and adds Jewish themes to teach her Jewish kindergarten class – many of whom do not… Read more »

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