In the video: the Prime Minister leaving the torch (Photo: Niv Aharonson)
The legislative attack led by the future coalition led by Binyamin Netanyahu rose this morning (Tuesday) to another level in the Knesset, and the backlash to it, from abroad and inside Israel, is adding to the bubble and taking shape.
A few days after the letters from the high-tech technicians and air force pilots, and in the shadow of a real fear of harming certain populations And among "marked" target audiences, the world of Israeli food is also starting to wake up, reluctantly combining current affairs and culinary.First
, chef Yuval Ben Naria.
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Ben Naria (Photo: Assaf Karla)
"The headlines about racist laws and restrictions that the incoming government aims to promote are very worrying and disgust me," stated the chef who heads the Taizu & Co group (Taizu, a, Cafe Taizu and Miyazaki), "We respect the freedom of each person to choose the way that suits him to live the His life, and in a reformed and progressive society there is no place for regulations and laws of the kind we unfortunately hear about."
According to him, "The business and private sectors have a responsibility towards the public in Israel in all its shades - Jews, Arabs, ultra-Orthodox, secular, LGBT, women and men.
We have a responsibility to act to promote values of equality, including gender, diversity and inclusion, and as a result, the Taizo Group will stop having business relations with entities that discriminate against customers based on the criteria that are currently prohibited by law."
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The discrimination law led by the religious Zionist faction seeks to prohibit forcing doctors, for example, to provide treatment contrary to their religious position.
"We need to stop treating Jewish law as something of less value. A country's law book expresses its moral code," explained MK Orit Struck.
Her colleague Simcha Rothman was happy to expand, stressing that in his eyes, a religious hotel owner could refuse to host customers from the Jewish community. B.
"If it hurts his religious feelings - then yes," he explained.
Netanyahu himself, as is his habit in recent days, hastened to condemn the statements, and declared that the things were unacceptable to him and the Likud members.
"The coalition agreements do not allow LGBT people to be discriminated against or to harm their rights to receive services as any citizen in Israel," he added.
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