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Saying not that intimidating

Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up The rabbinate has the power to fine establishments that do not have rabbinate-issued certification yet use the word “kosher” to describe their food.

While alpha personality types are often very outgoing and extroverted, they also do a great deal of introspective reflecting and know themselves well.

This can make others uncomfortable when they realize you know your stuff, and can figure things out faster, better, and in a more efficient way than other personality types.

Although the law mandates that the restaurants can’t display signs claiming to be kosher, they can inform customers that they are using an alternative certification and let patrons decide for themselves whether that’s sufficient.

“This is a sick obsession that’s destroying every remaining speck of proper administration in the Chief Rabbinate,” Leibowitz said.

“The rabbinate decided to attack the restaurant,” Hodu Haktana’s owner, Hanoch Stamker, told Hadashot TV news. Using the word ‘kosher’ more than three months ago.” Although he noted that on the entrance sign to his eatery he had removed the word “kosher” from two places, on its website Little India still describes itself as kosher.

A spokesperson for Hasgacha Pratit told The Times of Israel that since the September High Court ruling, 11 of the 40 restaurants using its certification have been either fines or warnings.

This also means that they are more likely to be single, adventure alone, travel the world by the selves, and enjoy taking risks.

This can be a lot for people to process and can result in people keeping their distance from alphas.

Not because they are hard to get close to, but because of the way they come off when you first meet them.

Often thought to be overbearing and aggressive, alpha personalities have a lot more going on beneath the surface that we realize.

Because you say what you think and mean what you say, you expect people to do the same.