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Weird Is it permitted to bring bottled water-related event happened today from an outside source into a kosher dining hall?

I was eating in the Kosherkosher dining hall (because it often havehas better food than the goy hall) and, after I finished drinking from the water bottle I had brought with me, a Jew walked up to me and told me that I wasn't allowed to have my water bottle out in there and instead I had to drink water from their pitcher.

I tried to Google an explanation, but as far as I can tell, water is kosher. Is this some sort of Passover thing or have I been being anti-Semitic since I have been going there?

Weird bottled water-related event happened today

I was eating in the Kosher dining hall (because it often have better food than the goy hall) and, after I finished drinking from the water bottle I brought with me, a Jew walked up to me and told me that I wasn't allowed to have my water bottle out in there and instead I had to drink water from their pitcher.

I tried to Google an explanation, but as far as I can tell, water is kosher. Is this some sort of Passover thing or have I been being anti-Semitic since I have been going there?

Is it permitted to bring bottled water from an outside source into a kosher dining hall?

I was eating in the kosher dining hall (because it often has better food than the goy hall) and, after I finished drinking from the water bottle I had brought with me, a Jew walked up to me and told me that I wasn't allowed to have my water bottle out in there and instead I had to drink water from their pitcher.

I tried to Google an explanation, but as far as I can tell, water is kosher. Is this some sort of Passover thing or have I been being anti-Semitic since I have been going there?

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I was eating in the Kosher dining hall (because it often have better food than the goy halhall) and, after I finished drinking from the water bottle I brought with me, anda Jew walked up to me and told me that I wasn't allowed to have my water bottle out in there and instead I had to drink water from their pitcher. 

I tried to Google an explanation, but as far as I can tell, water is kosher. Is this some sort of Passover thing or have I been being anti-Semitic since I have been going there?

I was eating in the Kosher dining hall (because it often have better food than the goy hal) and, after I finished drinking from the water bottle I brought with me, and Jew walked up to me and told me that I wasn't allowed to have my water bottle out in there and instead I had to drink water from their pitcher. I tried to Google an explanation, but as far as I can tell, water is kosher. Is this some sort of Passover thing or have I been being anti-Semitic since I have been going there?

I was eating in the Kosher dining hall (because it often have better food than the goy hall) and, after I finished drinking from the water bottle I brought with me, a Jew walked up to me and told me that I wasn't allowed to have my water bottle out in there and instead I had to drink water from their pitcher. 

I tried to Google an explanation, but as far as I can tell, water is kosher. Is this some sort of Passover thing or have I been being anti-Semitic since I have been going there?

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