NEW YORK — Jewelry and bracelets are on sale at an East Village jewelry shop that says it’s going to refuse to carry Trump’s order barring the sale of jewelry to Muslims, citing religious freedom concerns.

“I’m not going to be selling jewelry to people who are Muslim, but I will be selling it to people that support Israel,” the owner, Elie Zor, told The Associated Press.

Zor’s jewelry shop, Jewels of Israel, said on its website that it is an “all-inclusive Jewellery store” with no religious or political biases and that it has been operating for 15 years.

It also said it has no problem with women wearing jewelry to show support for Israel.

Zor, who has no children, said he had to sell his jewelry because of the order and that his business has a large Muslim clientele.

He said he was told to stop selling any items because of his religious beliefs and that he would not be allowed to serve any Muslim customers.

The Trump administration’s directive to bars the sale and manufacture of items that support Trump’s “Muslim ban” has triggered chaos in many U.S. cities, including New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The order, signed on Jan. 6, bars travel from six Muslim-majority countries, including Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Libya and Yemen.

It bars entry for refugees and indefinitely blocks the entry of all refugees from Syria and Iraq.

In addition to the Jewish store, Zor’s shop sells items like a necklace with an Arabic inscription and a bracelet with the inscription “Hamas is not a state.”

Zob said he is working with a group of lawyers and legal aid organizations to try to resolve the case before it goes to trial, and that if the court issues a stay, he will continue to sell jewelry to Muslim customers in the city.

A spokesperson for the Justice Department did not immediately return a request for comment.