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Israel's 'Shabbat War' Heats Up With Jerusalem Feeling the Squeeze

On the first Friday evening that Jerusalem restaurant Azza 40 opened without a kosher license, allowing it to serve customers on the Jewish sabbath, crowds of ultra-Orthodox Jews protested outside, threatening to smash windows and burn the place down. "It was crazy," said Reut Cohen, 29, the restaurant's owner and head chef, recalling the events of September 2014. "The police came, the street was blocked, there were religious people yelling, swearing, even spitting at...

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