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Your daily spiel for Tuesday, March 14


Your Daily Spiel is The CJN’s roundup of trending stories in the Jewish world.

Religious dress could be banned: A European Union court ruled today that companies can prohibit their employees from wearing religious clothing and symbols, a decision condemned by the Conference of European Rabbis.

Feminism, Zionism, Controversy: Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour, who’s proven an extremely controversial figure of late in the Jewish community, told an interviewer that feminism and Zionism simply cannot go together.

Team Israel gear pulling in bucks: Team Israel may not win the World Baseball Classic, but the team’s paraphernalia is selling out.

Swiping while frum: The publication Mail Online profiles the double life, and the Tinder exploits, of a chassidic couple living in Williamsburg, N.Y.

Nobel Peace Prize to Church: A Bulgarian-Israeli lawyer is advocating for the Nobel Peace Prize to go to the Bulgarian Independent Orthodox Church, for protecting the country’s Jewish minority during the Holocaust.