Panel Rejects Attempt to Compel City to Halt Religious Slaughtering Ritual
An animal rights group cannot use a mandamus action to compel New York City to stop ultra-Orthodox Jews from openly practicing the ritual of Kaporos, in which chickens' throats are sliced on public streets, a divided appeals court ruled Tuesday.
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