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Sunday, March 31, 2013

EoZNews video: Rami Levy supermarket, Binyamin

This is what co-existence looks like.



Unfortunately, the day I visited was Taanit Esther so most of the customers were Jews shopping for Purim. There are some Arab customers visible, though.

When the manager showed me the synagogue on premises, I asked if there was a mosque as well. He said that the Muslim workers generally pray individually and usually outside, so they are given as much time as they need to do their prayers.