The founder of Torah Animal World in Borough Park, Brooklyn, says the museum gets 3,000 visitors a week.

This museum is devoted only to animals mentioned in the Bible


Torah Animal World is dedicated to bringing the Bible to life — sort of. It’s populated with hundreds of taxidermied creatures.

Despite court ruling, Islamic butcher in Germany faces hurdles to halal slaughter

Lifestyle & Belief

War, religious-themed restaurants in Ukraine spark controversy

Locusts: Agricultural Menace and Kosher Snack

Arts, Culture & Media

Some Germans Intolerant of Islamic Animal Slaughter

Conflict & Justice

Slideshow: Ukraine’s Controversial Theme Restaurants

Global Politics

An entrepreneur in Lviv, Ukraine has opened themed bars and restaurants which have provoked much criticism. Many regard them as offensive.

Kosher Phones For Britain’s Orthodox Jews

Lifestyle & Belief

Orthodox Jews in Britain aren’t afraid of modernity, but they are worried about the negative influences it can have on young people. Rabbis there have now sanctioned a “kosher” phone that blocks the internet and text messages.

Tunisia’s Jews And The Country’s New Rulers

Global Politics

The Islamic Ennahda party has the largest bloc in Tunisia’s new constitutional assembly. Critics of Ennahda worry it will change the country’s predominantly secular legal codes. Tunisia’s Jews say they’re not worried, at least not yet.

The World

Organic and Kosher

Living on Earth’s Cynthia Graber reports on an Orthodox Jewish organic communal farm in western Massachusetts.

The World

Geo answer

The answer to today’s Geo Quiz is China. The kosher food industry is on the rise there as Chinese factory owners hope to tap into the US kosher food market. The BBC’s Frances Harrison has that story.