‘Part of the Tel Aviv experience’

The city’s fight against Gideon Sa’ar’s decision to close stores on Shabbat has just begun.

“We aren’t open on Shabbat for the money. We are part of the Tel Aviv experience and are open to serve the residents.

“For over 20 years we’ve been playing this little game with the municipality. This time, we may actually have to fight. It really just depends on what they decide to do,” he explains.

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