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Halacha promotes a compassionate and ethical relationship with animals, recognizing their intrinsic value and the importance of treating them with care and respect.


It prohibits causing unnecessary pain or suffering to animals (tzaar baalei chayim). This principle is derived from various biblical verses and is reinforced in Jewish law and teachings.


Join us for a wild ride into the world of animals in halacha. 


What are the rules for treatment of animals in Judaism? Is it OK to eat them?


What is considered a human need? Can you go fishing for fun? What about visiting a zoo or circus? 


We answer these questions and more in this series.

Come along with Rabbi Roth and his sons as they travel to a Jewish farm in Israel to learn all about the Jewish approach to animals🐑🐄🐔