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Terror In Israel: Supermarket chain owner removes knives from his shelves

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Rami Levy, owner of the eponymous grocery store and cell-phone mega-chains in Israel, has decided to remove knives from his shelves in light of the rise in stabbing attacks on Israeli citizens. Several of the attacks were perpetrated by Arab employees of Israeli companies, some working legally, others not.

“Everyone who enters my store will go through an inspection, ” he said. “Another measure that we’re taking, for example the knife displays in our stores – we took them down.”

He explained that the inspections are to prevent workers or customers from entering the store armed with knives, while removing them off the shelves is to prevent a potential terrorist from acquiring a knife within the store itself.

Read the full story at Arutz 7 News, by Tova Dvorin

 

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Originally published by The Jewish Press Stores under Palestinian Authority control have officially begun boycotting Israeli products this week. Among the Israeli companies that PA supervised stores will boycott More…

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A Palestinian terrorist stabbed two people in the Rami Levy supermarket of Mishor Adumim, east of Jerusalem. Both of the victims are men in their 50s, with one of them sustaining wounds to the head and shoulder More…

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– International investors love Rami Levy a supermarket chain in Israel.  Sima Ella in a special interview tells you why. – Rami Levy in one of his 26 supermarkets  More…

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That must be the question Michael Dell ‘s MSD  investment fund and Fidelity Investments will be looking for the answer to, after  they both make significant  investments  in Rami Levy’s fast growing More…

 

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