It's a bright Saturday
morning and shopkeepers at the trendy Tel Aviv Port shopping mall are
bracing for the thousands of Israeli families about to descend upon the
city's busiest outdoor retail promenade.
But among the first
visitors many Saturdays is a city inspector, who goes store to store
issuing $200 citations to business owners for violating Tel Aviv's
ordinance against conducting commerce on the Jewish Sabbath.
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