Haifa, Israel, at night. Photo via Flickr user Mark Nakasone. Yossi works in a supermarket warehouse in Haifa, a city in the north of Israel.
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Human rights lawyers in Jerusalem have sued Gett, an Israeli taxi-hailing app, for providing a service they allege was designed to give customers the option to practically guarantee they would not get an Arab driver. Gett, a global firm that also works with black cabs in the UK, offers users in the holy city the choice to request a taxi that is not driven on the Sabbath, the weekly Jewish day of rest, and some Jewish holidays. Gett says drivers of any religion can register to provide this service if they confirm that their vehicle meets the requirements.
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