Religious wars in Ashdod again? Black Cap News


עיריית אשדוד

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The ‘Big Fashion’ shopping center in Ashdod last Friday attacked the restrictions on trade on Saturday and hung it on ‘Haredi coercion’.

In an official statement sent to strengthen the businesses in the complex, he wrote that “the economy must be saved! BIG centers stand by our small business friends, who are in existential danger and lose their livelihoods. We call on the public to come strengthen them, and buy on Saturday as well.”

The announcement was signed with the words: “Enough of the ultra-Orthodox coercion! Fed up!!! This weekend we all go out and shop in stores. ”

The management relied on media reports that the closure was not lifted last weekend due to opposition from the ultra-Orthodox ministers.

In response, the acting mayor, Avi Amsalem of Shas, sharply attacked the network’s conduct. “Big fashion, you will be ashamed. Two days after Tisha B’Av and the reckoning of the soul on the destruction of the Temple, in ‘Big Fashion’ many hate free.”

If it is not enough that for years the Big Company has been encouraging mass desecrations of the Sabbath against the opinions of most of the traditional people, now they have intensified and boldly incited against the Haredi public and the traditionalist by presenting the weekend closure of the government and the Ministry of Health as Haredi coercion. No less and no more. To see and not to believe.

“Big ‘management, I have news for you, the ultra-Orthodox are not the ones responsible for the guidelines of the Ministry of Health. If you have any complaints, you are welcome to contact the government and the competent authorities and not repeatedly throw mud at an entire public. ”

He signed his remarks by calling not to visit the place. “My dear Ashdod brethren, I call on you to support and encourage small businesses within the city, and not to buy ‘Big Fashion’ on the banner of hatred, division and incitement.”


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