Tel Aviv District Commander of the Police, Amichai Eshed stands, Ordered today (Wednesday) the issuance of a closure order for 30 days for a restaurant in Jaffa that employed and accommodated illegal residents. The police said that alleged evidence had been collected about the employment and detention of illegal residents of the Palestinian Authority without permits to enter and / or work legally in a restaurant and in a residential apartment.
During the delivery of the closure order, severe clashes developed during which severe violence was used against the police. One of the restaurant’s employees, a 21-year-old man, was detained for questioning on suspicion of assaulting police officers.
Superintendent Eshed wrote in his decision that “from the above and in light of the evidence gathered in the investigation file, it was found that the employer employed and accommodated the Shabachim in the business and in another residential apartment without permits to stay and work legally. In the above circumstances, I find that the peace of the public prevails in the face of an examination of the economic damage and orders the closure of the business for 30 days from today. “