Thursday, June 9, 2016

In traumatized Tel Aviv, reading the writing on the walls - by Arnold Roth

Meanwhile our thoughts and prayers are with the injured and with the families of those murdered tonight.

Arnold Roth..
This Ongoing War..
09 June '16..

Six weeks ago, this local story got a relatively minor degree of attention in the security-obsessed Israeli news market:

Israeli police moved on Sunday to close down the upscale Sarona Market at the center of Tel Aviv over fears that the commercial center was not sufficiently secure, but the site’s management said it would stay open. The popular compound is home to Israel’s largest indoor culinary market. Its 8,700 square meters (93,000 square feet) of market space hosts 91 shops of all varieties. The police asked the Tel Aviv Municipality to revoke Sarona’s business license, arguing that lax security put the visiting public at risk. ["Popular Tel Aviv food market faces closure over lax security", Times of Israel, April 24, 2016]

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