Abu Ali, a Muslim, Arab-Israeli taxi driver, stands at his base in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Jerusalem where he serves as the community's Shabbos Goy each week from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. The Hebrew sign reads: Shabbos Goy.
Abu Ali, a Muslim, Arab-Israeli taxi driver, stands at his base in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Jerusalem where he serves as the community's Shabbos Goy each week from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. The Hebrew sign reads: Shabbos Goy. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT
Abu Ali, a Muslim, Arab-Israeli taxi driver, stands at his base in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Jerusalem where he serves as the community's Shabbos Goy each week from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. The Hebrew sign reads: Shabbos Goy. Dion Nissenbaum / MCT

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In Jerusalem, Muslim handles Sabbath chores for Jews

August 07, 2008 12:52 AM

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