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Cha'are Shalom Ve Tsedek v. France

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In a case concerning the denial of an application for a permit to conduct ritual slaughter of animals, there would be interference with the freedom to manifest one's religion only if the illegality of performing ritual slaughter had made it impossible for ultra-orthodox Jews to eat meat from animals slaughtered in accordance with the religious prescriptions they considered applicable, which was not the case. Such difference of treatment as there was had an objective and reasonable justification.

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2000-05-01
2016-08-28

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