On video: Huge demonstrations across the country, tens of thousands blocked the Ayalon lanes (Photo: Yotam Ronen, News 13)
The firing of Defense Minister Yoav Galant and the Histadrut chairman's announcement of a general strike in the economy also led the Israeli food world into the struggle.
Chefs and restaurateurs who tried for many weeks to adapt to the complex situation, deal with the huge demonstrations on Shabbat by selectively closing doors and hope that this murky wave will not affect About their business, they woke up this morning (Monday) to a new reality, and began to respond.
The demonstration after Gallant's firing, last night (Photo: Uri Sela)
"Proud to be part of the struggle."
Ben Naria (photo: Walla! system, screenshot)
"These are critical moments in our country when it is impossible to continue as usual and therefore we are joining the general strike and immediately closing the group's restaurants for lunch service," announced Yuval Ben Naria, the chef who, among others, leads Taizo and a, "after a night when we all went out into the streets to express our protest and in light of the concern that reigns in our hearts, the order of the hour has arrived and we are proud to take part in the struggle for the state of the State of Israel."
He added that "our strength lies in being part of a huge industry that has tens of thousands of employees", and emphasized that if the legislation is stopped, "and there will be a reason for celebration, we will be the first to welcome the guests with open arms. I call on my friends from the restaurant industry to join me. This is not a protest, this is citizenship".
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Apart from Ben Naria, the OPA restaurant led by Shiral Berger also announced joining the strike and postponing an event that was planned to take place within its walls this evening.
At the same time, Chef Guy Gamzo analyzed that "the country has fallen into captivity", while Keren Kadosh in Jerusalem declared a broken heart.
"Go back to talking," she implored, "don't forget that we all have a common goal. We all love our country. As a soldier's mother, I'm begging you."
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