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If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g., a wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions, e.g., incest, bestiality, or homosexuality] or an idolatrous ritual), is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as acting as an officiating Rabbi for the service, baking a cake (custom or neutral), catering the ceremony or designing it? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regradingregarding this halacha?

If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g., a wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions, e.g., incest, bestiality, or homosexuality] or an idolatrous ritual), is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as acting as an officiating Rabbi for the service, baking a cake (custom or neutral), catering the ceremony or designing it? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regrading this halacha?

If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g., a wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions, e.g., incest, bestiality, or homosexuality] or an idolatrous ritual), is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as acting as an officiating Rabbi for the service, baking a cake (custom or neutral), catering the ceremony or designing it? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regarding this halacha?

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If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g., a wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions, e.g., incest, bestiality, or homosexuality] or an idolatrous ritual), is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as acting as an officiating Rabbi for for the service, as a photographer taking pictures, baking a cake (custom or neutral), or catering or designing the ceremony or designing it? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regrading this halacha?

If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g., a wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions, e.g., incest, bestiality, or homosexuality] or an idolatrous ritual), is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as acting as an officiating Rabbi for the service, as a photographer taking pictures, baking a cake (custom or neutral), or catering or designing the ceremony? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regrading this halacha?

If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g., a wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions, e.g., incest, bestiality, or homosexuality] or an idolatrous ritual), is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as acting as an officiating Rabbi for the service, baking a cake (custom or neutral), catering the ceremony or designing it? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regrading this halacha?

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If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g., a wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions, e.g., incest, bestiality, or homosexualityhomosexuality] or an idolatrous ritual), is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as a Rabbiacting as an officiating atRabbi for the ceremonyservice, oras a photographer taking pictures, baking a cake (custom or neutral), or catering the ceremony, or designing the ceremony? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regrading this halacha?

If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g. wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions e.g. incest, bestiality, or homosexuality or an idolatrous ritual) is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as a Rabbi officiating at the ceremony, or photographer taking pictures, baking a cake (custom or neutral), catering the ceremony, or designing the ceremony? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regrading this halacha?

If a secular society criminalizes discriminating against a ceremony (e.g., a wedding between arayot [forbidden sexual unions, e.g., incest, bestiality, or homosexuality] or an idolatrous ritual), is a Jewish business allowed to provide a service, such as acting as an officiating Rabbi for the service, as a photographer taking pictures, baking a cake (custom or neutral), or catering or designing the ceremony? If not, would a kashrut agency be allowed to certify a caterer that, under duress, did? Do we distinguish between Jew and Gentile regrading this halacha?

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