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The City of Jerusalem’s Office of Tourism has issued a new regulation that requires all establishments with more than 15 diners to post an advertisement in the form of a banner at the entrance to their establishments in order to obtain a permit.
The rule applies to all establishments within the city’s boundaries and applies to the establishments which have opened in recent years.
In the past, this type of signage was permitted.
The rule states that all establishments must post an ad at the front entrance of the establishment.
The ad must contain information such as name, address, phone number, hours of operation and the location of the building.
It must also indicate the type of service provided and a warning regarding the risk of injury.
The advertisement must be placed in the most appropriate location to facilitate the reception of visitors.
The banner must be visible at all times in order for diners and visitors to see it.
According to the regulation, the number of diners must be set at 50, with an occupancy limit of 20 diners.
The regulations also requires that the banner be posted in Hebrew at the bottom of the banner.
The wording of the rule states:The signage shall be in English and in the language of the Jewish community.
In addition, it shall not be displayed in a language that is deemed unacceptable by the City Council or the local public authorities.
The signage shall not contain any type of advertisement or graphic image.
The rules were issued in the wake of an incident in October that resulted in the death of a tourist.
According to police, a group of tourists from France and Israel were visiting the city in an attempt to buy some souvenirs from a nearby shop.
The two Israelis who were injured in the incident were identified as Doree and Nadia.
The Israeli tourist was killed after she was struck in the head by a piece of metal that fell from a shelf.
The French tourist, who is in her 60s, suffered severe injuries and died later.
She had been visiting the City of Jaffa and was visiting the local wine and food market in the nearby Old City.
The Palestinian Authority’s tourism office said in a statement on Friday that the city has imposed new regulations in order “to safeguard the safety of visitors and tourists in the holy city.”
The rules do not apply to businesses which are registered with the Jerusalem Municipality or are exempt from the regulations.
They include restaurants and bars, cinemas, sports clubs and hotels, as well as tourist sites such as hotels, restaurants, hotels, bars and shops.
In a separate announcement on Friday, the Jerusalem City Council announced the creation of a task force to deal with the issues surrounding tourists and the influx of foreign nationals to the city.
The committee will be chaired by Yossi Arnon, who was the deputy mayor of Jerusalem at the time of the incident.
Arnon is expected to present the new regulations to the public on Thursday.
The task force is expected as part of a wider effort to prevent the flow of foreign tourists into the holy City, the council said.