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Jun 6, 2018

Hannah Schein is a Director of Research and Logistics in PETA's Investigations Department. With her husband Philip, they have helped changed the importation laws of meat to Israel which now bans kosher meat processed inhumanely using shackle and hoist methods.

The law went into effect June 1, 2018. But it was the video produced in 2016 that got the public and lawmakers to notice the inhumane slaughter of much of the kosher meat imported to Israel.

Israel stopped the importation, but meat produced using the shackle and hoist methods is still being sold to the U.S.

See the 2016 video and take action here at

See the very first video that kicked off the investigation and ultimately led investigators to South America.

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Keywords: animal rights, animal welfare, kosher, shackle and hoist slaughter, Israel, meat, Paraguay, Uruguay