Jewish Continuity & Tuna Continuity
06/05/2009 - 00:00
Jonathan Mark
Anyone who keeps a semblance of kosher knows that the tuna — be it as a tuna fish sandwich or sushi — is the most important Jewish fish of all. (Whitefish and Pike place and show). The tuna is to the luncheonette what the chicken is to the Shabbos table, no other wildlife have sacrificed more for the Jewish people. If God created the Leviathan fish for the Great Feast when the Messiah comes, He created the tuna for these days while he tarries. That’s why this article in The Wall Street Journal has me so concerned.

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