|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."