No bookstore branches in Arab towns?
Steimatzky and Tzomet both blame the absence of outlets on a lack of local Arabic publishers, and the hassle of importing from the Arab world.
The veteran Steimatzky bookstore chain created a mini-furor recently by advertising for non-Jews to work in some of its branches. The ad, which on the face of it violated the equal opportunity law, triggered numerous responses and interpretations in the world of labor law. The concern was that by not accepting applications from Jews for certain jobs, Steimatzky was practicing religious...
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