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The missile hit the house, the Gazans looted the business: what else will happen to the Jahanon man from the south? - Walla! Of money

2024-02-20T09:21:53.624Z

Highlights: Adi Zohar from Ashkelon was in his cafe in Yad Mordechai on 7/10. He managed to miraculously escape from the terrorists while others near him were murdered and kidnapped. His parents' house suffered a direct hit when he was staying with them, his cafe was destroyed and looted, and a month ago his mother died. When his van was stolen ten days ago, with all the new equipment he bought to reopen the business, he was broke. The post he wrote on Facebook became viral and was distributed everywhere.


Adi Zohar from Ashkelon was in his cafe in Yad Mordechai on 7/10, managed to miraculously escape from the terrorists while others near him were murdered and kidnapped, hid in his parents' house when he was hit by a missile and his business was looted


On video: Documentation of the fall on the southern entrance road to Ashdod/documentation on social networks according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law

Adi Zohar from Ashkelon has great powers, which helped him deal with the blows that landed on him, one after the other.

He was saved on October 7, after hours of hiding in the field from the terrorists, his parents' house suffered a direct hit when he was staying with them, his cafe was destroyed and looted, and a month ago his mother died.

When his van was stolen ten days ago, with all the new equipment he bought to reopen the business, he was broke.



The active, optimistic and captivating young man, who in the last four months has been running around the country selling his Jahanon, Borax, Kubana and Melbi, wherever he was willing to accept it, clinging to life and fighting to hold on, raises his hands for the first time and calls out to those who can help him find the The stolen property, so that he does not get into huge debts from which he will finally collapse.



He is 35 years old, single, between single and disabled parents.

He opened "Adi Bakery", his large cafe at the intersection of Yad Mordechai, which is less than a kilometer from the Gaza border, on August 15, serving light, dairy meals there, and on the weekends he celebrated with Borax and Jahanon, which quickly became a hit and a must-stop for travelers and bikers .



On October 7, he drove early to the cafe, to prepare for the participants of the "Nova" festival, who were supposed to go back to the center, with father who came to give him a hand.

"When we got to Zikim," he says, "alarms started that didn't end. We stopped on the side of the road and went into a shelter. Then rumors started coming that there were terrorists.



"At the entrance to Zikim, we saw a van of terrorists, and my father, who works for an electricity company, and knows the area very well, found a place where we hid Near the Ashkelon industrial area and after half an hour we escaped back to my parents' house, where I had been since the beginning of the war."

Adi Bakery after it was looted.

"The Noah'a killed two people there and he remained broke"/Adi Zohar

Two customers who were waiting for the opening of the cafe were murdered, three were kidnapped to Gaza.

His employee was rescued after 36 hours of hiding there.

"Ten minutes after we got home, the color was red. The three of us entered the MMD and our building took a direct hit.

Windows were broken, the apartment was damaged, but mother, who was demented, did not want to evacuate and leave the dogs in any way.

To this day the damage has not been repaired and the windows are covered with nylons."



For three difficult weeks they hardly left the house, and with the help of a representative from the "Business Association", who forcibly pulled him out of bed, Adi decided to pick himself up and sell his Jachanon in Tel Aviv. It



was hard to miss The post he wrote on Facebook became viral and was distributed everywhere: "I'm writing the post and I'm shaking with fear.

Since that cursed Sabbath when our new business was destroyed at the hands of Mordechai, we have not served customers.

Devastated and mentally empty, we at 'Adi Bakery' realized that we had to take action to survive, provide for our family and take care of job security for our employees.



"Tomorrow we will stand tall in Dizengoff Square and sell our home-made Jahanon and a fine Melbi that have become a household name in our short time in Otef - we are dying of fear that we will have 'Abia's summer' and not sell the goods we will bring. Please help us and distribute to as many people as possible."

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Asking for help in finding the stolen vehicle/courtesy of those photographed

Adi's brave and touching appeal brought hundreds of Tel Avivians to the square who destroyed the goods within two hours.

This is how he wandered with "Adi's hell" from place to place.

He continued to produce it in the fence, marketed himself alone and with determination and entered the hearts of the people.

His mother's death was a hard blow.

Only after about two weeks he somehow managed to gather his strength and start returning to sales on the weekends and rehabilitating his cafe.



"The cafe was completely destroyed and looters stole from everyone who came near. The Nuhba murdered two people there and it remained open. For more than a month we could not get there, because the area was declared a closed military area and there was no guard. Since then I have been restoring it. There is a high mountain next to it of garbage, of all the goods we had to throw away and the remains of the destruction



.

I support parents, take care of them.

It's a huge fraction.

It was hard for me to go out to the cafe, and I fought.

There were places where we sold a lot and places where we lost money, but it was a great income.

Two weeks ago we were informed by the kibbutz that we could reopen.



"I haven't received anything from the state yet. I'm in an area 0-4 km from the border, and they're supposed to give us compensation and advances, but they weren't ready to hear about the looting, saying it's not under their authority.



We filed a complaint with the police, hired a private appraiser who handles the claim.

With the Jachanon I was able to float on the surface of the water.

I can't complain, I was busy making a living and let the appraiser work for them.

I tried to come to an arrangement with them, to get an advance payment, so that I could open the cafe again, and it didn't work.

When the appraiser saw the pots dead, he said, water them and they will grow again."

Personal equipment near vehicles in Nova.

On 7/10, Haim Goldberg was waiting for the party participants at the cafe/Flash 90

Zohar says that "I bought new equipment, a cash register, a terminal, an ice coffee machine, salad bowls with money I don't have. I loaded everything on the car I leased and put it at a gas station in Ashkelon, in the busiest place there is, where there is no chance that anyone could steal from there. The next day, when I came to pick up the The equipment, I found out that there is no car. An investment of NIS 50,000, no insurance, everything is new. I filed a complaint with the police and that's it. Nothing more. In the video you can see how the Bedouins steal it."



Adi Zohar is broken.

His good energies were depleted.

He had to take out more loans, and he has one request: "I would like to try to get the car for me. It is a Jeep Wrangler Sahara with the number 74531802. Yesterday it was seen at Shokat Junction. Maybe someone can help me. It is a new car from leasing with 100 km And to lose it and the goods is to lose 100 thousand shekels.

If I don't manage to get him, I'm done."



Zohar adds that "I was supposed to open the cafe at the end of last week, but I wasn't mentally able to stand it.

We opened this week and that's not it.

They asked us to open, so I'm here, but measured.

We are guinea pigs.

There are no civilians here.

The loss, trauma and difficulty are too much."

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Source: walla

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