Israeli authorities close 60-year-old Jerusalem bakery for distributing Ka’ek to worshipers

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli authorities closed a Palestinian traditional well-known bakery in the old city in occupied Jerusalem last night after distributing its famous Ka’ek to worshipers at Al Aqsa mosque.

Crews from the Israeli municipality and police stormed the bakery, owned by Abu Naser Abu Sneineh, in the neighborhood of Bab Hittah last night and arrested the son of the owner for several hours.

The Israelis closed the bakery claiming that it did not commit to conditions, of which they were previously informed.

The Israeli municipality had stormed the bakery on February 9th and threatened to close it unless Abu Sneineh fulfills the terms in one week.

The municipality accused the bakery, which has been working for over 60 years so far, of distributing its famous Palestinian Ka’ek to worshipers at Al Aqsa mosque during the “Great Dawn” campaign.

The bakery was previously targeted by several Israeli search and raid campaigns.

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