Yerushalayim’s chareidi community has stepped up efforts to avoid giving a livelihood of Arabs, posting signs around the city calling on travelers to avoid taking Arab-driven cabs. They are also calling on chareidim to avoid using taxis from companies employing Arab drivers.
Similar calls are being heard in Merkaz HaRav Yeshiva following the March terror attack, Ladaat reports.
It appears following last week’s bulldozer terror attack in Yerushalayim, the chareidi community if renewing efforts to avoid giving work to Arabs, a momentum that began in force following the attack in Merkaz HaRav which claimed the lives of eight students.
(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)