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17.06.2024

History in the Making: Bat Yam Stadium to close on Shabbos

City Council Member Rafi Barnaz, with the support of Mayor Yossi Bachar decided that new stadium will be closed on Shabbos.

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History in the Making: Bat Yam Stadium to close on Shabbos
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This is how Rafi Barnaz, City Council member ensured the closer of the new Bat Yam stadium on Shabbos: The city had decided to demolish the old stadium which had been used on Shabbos and to build a new one, Bechadrey found out.

Construction of a new stadium came up for approval by the City Council, which by a majority vote concurred that it would be closed on Shabbos, following Barnaz’ lobbying. A Meretz Council member voted against Shabbos closure, while a Bayit Yehudi member abstained.

The tender was won by Amir Kabiri, a businessman, owner of the Hapoel Tel Aviv team. He had no idea that he was going to become the first person in the world to build a shomer Shabbos stadium, but at the end, was convinced.
Amir Kabiri Rafi Barnaz Bat Yam stadium shomer Shabbos stadium

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