|At Elon Moreh, we were greeted by this homemade sign on our cabin door: |
"Welcome Rav Elan and Rivkah. Shabbat Shalom."
|While waiting at the Cellcom service center in Jerusalem, |
a mother and daughter passed the time reciting Tehillim (Psalms).
|The same day, there was an Arab woman and a haredi girl sitting side-by-side,|
also waiting for service at Cellcom. More evidence that Israel is definitely an apartheid country (kidding!)
| All over Israel, there are displays of small kitchen appliances whose chief marketing ploy is to suggest|
that they are American made. I always find this deeply ironic.
|On a frozen drink dispenser at a street festival in Tiveria (Tiberias), there was a bumper sticker that says:|
"In every Jew, there is Moshiach."
|This is the house on which the verses from Tehillim are displayed near the front entrance. |
In context, they make a lot more sense.
|My favorite! This one reminds customers in this produce store not to forget to say "In honor of the Holy Sabbath" when selecting fruits and vegetables that will be served on Shabbat.|
POSTSCRIPT: After this post was published, comments led to this - one more picture, taken on an Egged bus by fellow blogger SaraK, who shares my proclivity for photographing "only in Israel" images.
|"To the soldiers of Israel: Go and return home in peace! We love you. From the Nation of Israel."|