Harroards, one of Israel’s largest department stores, is shutting its doors and is likely to open up a few other stores in Israel, according to a report by The Jerusalem Times.
According to the report, Harroords is likely shutting down its department store in the northern city of Harad, which has a population of over a million people, in 2019.
The chain has been in business for over a century and opened its first store in Israel in the early 1950s.
Since then, the chain has expanded and acquired many other department stores around the world, including stores in Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco and New York.
However, the company was forced to close its stores in 2016 after a devastating fire that left more than a quarter of its employees dead.
Harroards closed its doors on September 18, 2019, and was reportedly sold to a group of investors.
In recent years, Harrod’s has been one of the largest chain of department stores in the world with an annual turnover of over $4 billion.
The company is currently owned by the family of Rabbi Abraham Halevi, who is currently the leader of the Yeshiva of Harroids Knesset.
Halevi is the son of the late Rabbi Isaac Halevi and was a staunch supporter of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel.
In 2017, Harrovards chairman and CEO Daniel Elkin told the New York Times that he expected the company to eventually close, but the future of the chain is unclear.
“It’s very hard to know the future,” Elkin said.
“It will be interesting to see if the owners will keep it or not.”
Halevevs son said that he was not sure whether the company would be able to keep it.
“We have many different things to do, including some other stores, and we’re going to continue to make progress,” he said.