The Texas Tribune is reporting there are 884 Jewish inmates in the Texas prison system, 29 of which identify themselves a "Orthodox" One of them, Max Moussazadeh, is demanding that the prison where he is housed in solitary confinement provide him with kosher food.
The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans will hear oral arguments Monday in the case of Moussazadeh v. Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The court will decide whether the Jewish inmate has a right to be provided a kosher diet. CLICK HERE
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