Until now, strictly Orthodox Jews have been reluctant to use the internet search engine, Google, for fear of clicking on something immodest or unkosher.
Now, they do not have to — they can Koogle it instead.
The new Orthodox-friendly search engine — a pun on the haimishe potato bake — filters out religiously objectionable material.
The site manager, Yossi Altman told Reuters: “This is a kosher alternative for ultra-Orthodox Jews so that they may surf the Internet.”
He added that if you try to buy something on Shabbat, “it gets stuck and won’t let you.”