A Jew's view from the capital of Israel and the future site of the Third Temple, may it speedily be rebuilt.
And it is not kosher. But then, neither is a bat, which, if I remember correctly is mentioned next. (Assuming that Atalef in the Torah means the same thing as it does in modern Hebrew. Tinshemet, according to Rashi is the bat.)
Neither is the Bald Eagle!
But shouldn't the official bird of the Jewish state be Kosher?(Apparently Benjamin Franklin favored the wild turkey as the American bird; that's kosher.)
Soccer Dad,It's just the official bird. We don't have to eat it. BTW, the Torah had no problem comparing the tribes with non-kosher animals: Judah to a lion, Benjamin to a wolf, and Dan to a snake.
Congradulations on a nice picture!
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