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Commandments of Compassion - 26 Nov 2011
Jewish Dairy Wisdom - 30 Sep 2011
List of Vegetarian Rabbis - 11 Sep 2011
An Orthodox Perspective on Vegetarianism - 11 Sep 2011
Not Because of PETA, But Because of the Torah, We Must Be Involved - 3 May 2011
Passover: Of Lamb Shanks and Sled Dogs - 12 Apr 2011
Eighteen Myths About Veganism and Judaism - 8 Feb 2011
Why An Observant Jew Should Follow a Plant-based (Vegan) Diet - 20 Dec 2010
Kosher Slaughter: Should Shackling and Hoisting Be Permitted? - 3 Sep 2010
Alliance to End Chickens as Kaporos - 4 Aug 2010
Kosher ‘Ethical Guidelines’ Sidestepped Ethics - 20 Mar 2010
Jews Ban Beef to Save the World? - 26 Feb 2010
Purim and Vegetarianism - 16 Feb 2010
Shechitah and the Desecration of God's Name - 15 Feb 2010

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18 Reasons Jews Shouldn't Be Vegetarians (And Why They're Wrong) - by Richard H. Schwartz
A Christian Perspective -by Frank L. Hoffman
A New Diet for a New Millennium - by Richard H. Schwartz
Alliance to End Chickens as Kaporos
An Orthodox Perspective on Vegetarianism
Animals and Their Jewish Guardians
Broad Jewish Coalition Opposes Foie Gras Production and Consumption
Can You Eat Meat and Serve God Too? - by Ron Singer
Chanukah and Vegetarianism - by Richard H. Schwartz
Commandments of Compassion
Compassion: Boon and Bane of Animal Rights By David Cantor
Eighteen Myths About Veganism and Judaism
Environmental and Vegetarian Lessons From the Shabbat Morning Services - by Richard H. Schwartz
For the Co-Tenants of Eden
For Yom Kippur, Atone to the Animals - by Gary Lowenthal
For Yom Kippur, Give Up Eating Animals -- Forever - by Gary Lowenthal
Imitation of Divine Compassion in the Jewish Tradition - by Richard H. Schwartz
Is Fur a Jewish Issue? - by Richard H. Schwartz, Ph.D.
Is the Sixth Commandment "Thou Shalt Not Kill" or "Thou Shalt Not Murder?" by Richard Schwartz
Jewish Dairy Wisdom
Jewish Group Challenges Al Gore for Failing to To Address "An Inconvenient Truth"
Jewish Values Vs. Environmental Realities Related to Diet - By Richard Schwartz
Jewish Values Vs. Realities Related to Animals - by Richard H. Schwartz
Jewish Values Vs. Realities Related to Health - By Richard H. Schwartz
Jewish Values Vs. Realities Related to Hunger - by Richard H. Schwartz
Jewish Values Vs. Realities Related to Use of Resources - by Richard H. Schwartz
Jews Ban Beef to Save the World?
Judaism and Animal Rights - by Richard H. Schwartz
Judaism and Dissection - by Richard H. Schwartz
Judaism and the Environment - by Richard H. Schwartz
Judaism and Vegetarianism: An online chat with Richard Schwartz
Kosher ‘Ethical Guidelines’ Sidestepped Ethics
Kosher Slaughter: Should Shackling and Hoisting Be Permitted?
Kushrut and Vegetarianism - Question and Answer
Letter from Rina Deych Concerning Judaism and Kosher Slaughter
Masorti Movement Joins Fight Against 'Kapparot'
Morality and Ethics - by Janine Laura Bronson
Nine Faiths, One Vegan Lunch at Windsor Castle
Not Because of PETA, But Because of the Torah, We Must Be Involved
Passover: Of Lamb Shanks and Sled Dogs
Passover and Vegetarianism - by Richard H. Schwartz
Purim and Vegetarianism
Rabbi Yossi Feintuch Says Vegetarianism is a Religious Ideal
Religion: Friend or Foe of Animal Activism
Response to Rabbi Shmuley Boteach’s "Confessions of a Reformed Optimist" - by Richard H. Schwartz
Rosh Hashanah and Vegetarianism - By Richard H. Schwartz
Shabbat and Vegetarianism - by Richard H. Schwartz
Shavout and Vegetarianism - by Richard H. Schwartz
Shechitah and the Desecration of God's Name
The Healing of the World Begins on Our Plates
Thou Shalt Not Eat Meat
Tu B'Shvat and Vegetarianism - by Richard H. Schwartz
What Diet Does God Prefer for His People? - by Richard h. Schwartz
Why An Observant Jew Should Follow a Plant-based (Vegan) Diet
Why Jews Should Consider Vegetarianism
Yom Kippur and Vegetarianism - by Richard H. Schwartz