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In landmark ruling, High Court says Tel Aviv mini-markets can open on Sabbath - The Times of Israel;

In landmark ruling, High Court says Tel Aviv mini-markets can open on Sabbath - The Times of Israel

The Times of IsraelIn landmark ruling, High Court says Tel Aviv mini-markets can open on SabbathThe Times of IsraelThe High Court of Justice on Wednesday ruled in favor of Tel Aviv's battle to expand facilities open to the secular public on the Sabath, saying that the municipality can permit mini-markets to operate on the Jewish day of rest. Get The Times of Israel ...and more »

High Court rules Tel Aviv stores can open Sabbath - Globes;

High Court rules Tel Aviv stores can open Sabbath - Globes

GlobesHigh Court rules Tel Aviv stores can open SabbathGlobesSupermarkets, entertainment centers, and pharmacies will be allowed to operate in Tel Aviv from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset. Israel's High Court of Justice today ruled that supermarkets, entertainment centers, and pharmacies would be allowed to ...and more »

High Court rules to allow Tel Aviv stores to remain open on Shabbat - Jerusalem Post Israel News;

High Court rules to allow Tel Aviv stores to remain open on Shabbat - Jerusalem Post Israel News

Jerusalem Post Israel NewsHigh Court rules to allow Tel Aviv stores to remain open on ShabbatJerusalem Post Israel NewsThe ruling comes more than three years after the Tel Aviv municipal authority first approved a new bylaw legalizing the opening of such stores. Cofix's new grocery store. (photo credit:NIV ELIS). In a victory for Tel Aviv residents and the city's ...and more »

MK Azaria: Local authorities should decide character of Shabbat - Arutz Sheva;

MK Azaria: Local authorities should decide character of Shabbat - Arutz Sheva

Arutz ShevaMK Azaria: Local authorities should decide character of ShabbatArutz ShevaMK Rahel Azaria (Kulanu) welcomes Supreme Court decision to allow opening of supermarkets in Tel Aviv on Shabbat. Contact Editor. Yoel Domb, 19/04/17 19:00. Share. Send To Friend. You need to fill your name, your email and your friend's email. Send to ...and more »

Tel Aviv mayor welcomes High Court's Sabbath ruling - The Times of Israel (blog)

Tel Aviv mayor welcomes High Court's Sabbath rulingThe Times of Israel (blog)Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai welcomes the High Court of Justice ruling that permits convenience stores to remain open in the city on the Sabbath. The decision is drawing angry responses from ultra-Orthodox lawmakers, but Huldai praises the saying, saying, ...and more »

Supermarkets in Tel Aviv will operate on Sabbath - JerusalemOnline;

Supermarkets in Tel Aviv will operate on Sabbath - JerusalemOnline

JerusalemOnlineSupermarkets in Tel Aviv will operate on SabbathJerusalemOnlineAfter three Ministers of Interior weren't able to reach a decision on the subject, Israel's Supreme Court was required to intervene and decided that businesses in the Tel Aviv municipality are permitted to operate on Sabbath. Apr 19, 2017, 3:45PM ...and more »

Supreme Court okays Sabbath desecration in Tel Aviv - Arutz Sheva;

Supreme Court okays Sabbath desecration in Tel Aviv - Arutz Sheva

Arutz ShevaSupreme Court okays Sabbath desecration in Tel AvivArutz ShevaThe Supreme Court approves the Tel Aviv by-law allowing the opening of 160 supermarkets and kiosks on Shabbat. Contact Editor. Reut Hadar, 19/04/17 18:24. Share. Send To Friend. You need to fill your name, your email and your friend's email. Send to ...and more »

High Court permits Tel Aviv convenience stores to open on Sabbath - The Times of Israel (blog)

High Court permits Tel Aviv convenience stores to open on SabbathThe Times of Israel (blog)The High Court of Justice on Wednesday rules that the Tel Aviv Municipality is permitted to allow convenience stores to operate on the Sabbath. Israeli law forbids businesses from operating during the Jewish day of rest, with exceptions including ...and more »

High Court of Justice: supermarkets may remain open on the Sabbath - Ynetnews

High Court of Justice: supermarkets may remain open on the SabbathYnetnewsIsrael's High Court of Justice has ruled on Wednesday that supermarkets in Tel Aviv may remain open on Saturday, the day of the Sabbath, despite objection by the religious community, who considers it a violation of the Sabbath. This follows a petition ...and more »