A private person alerted the police to a notice on the restaurant on Sunday, Graubünden police spokesman Roman Rüegg said on Monday. The police examined the note. It is now being determined whether the offense of discrimination or incitement to hatred is met.
Jehuda Spielman, a local councilor from Zurich, published a photo on Platform X that is supposed to show the posted notice of the mountain restaurant, which also rents out winter sports equipment. It says in Hebrew that “due to annoying incidents,” equipment will no longer be loaned to “our Jewish brothers.”
Note has now been taken down
In an interview with broadcaster SRF, Ruedi Pfiffner from the restaurant at the Pischa mountain station apologized for the wording used in the notice. “We will investigate this matter and put it right,” said the restaurant manager. The note had been taken down and Jewish guests should be allowed to rent material again from Tuesday. The Davos-Klosters tourism organization could not be reached for a reaction on Monday.
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