“And so Ibrahim Yassin, the Shia Muslim from Southern Lebanon become Avraham Sinai, an ultra-Orthodox Jew from the holy city of Safed. God sure does work in mysterious ways.”
“The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries or the way she combs her hair.”
”Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain, But a woman who fears the LORD, she shall be praised.”
Tel Aviv’s First Amendment – freedom of religion, or freedom from religion.
“I don’t mind living in a man’s world, as long as I can be a woman in it.”
“I’m not your typical Ultra Orthodox Jew. Wearing black doesn’t make you a better Jew – Faith comes from the inside out. I’m your modern hipster Jew.”
“I was born to an Ultra-orthodox family in Bnei-Brak. I am the youngest of 13 brothers and sisters. In the age of 15 I concluded I do not believe in god. From that point on my life took a wild turn.”
“In the secular world, youFall in love. In our world – you Grow in love.”
“I was born in Kerem HaTeimanim 75 years ago. I will never leave this place because it has a soul. A Soul that I won’t find anywhere else.”
“My Mom Is Jewish and my Dad is Muslim, so according to both sides I belong to the two religions simultaneously. It’s not an easy ride, but that’s life and I am proud of my heritage.”
“Women should dress the way they feel like and not let other people tell them what is right or wrong for them.”
“The concept of ‘Tikun OLam’ blew my mind away and from that moment on I knew that I found my calling. Making this world a better place for all.”
“I was born in Iraq and as a kid I remember my father playing with the Masbaha.”
“I am a religious Jew, I am Gay, and I am proud of them both. We are all god’s children.”
“I belong here. I exist whether you like it or not, I am not going anywhere.”
“I stopped beveling in god after I had my accident but sometimes I still put Tefillin. I know it’s a paradox, but from my experience, life is full of them.”
“Clothes aren’t going to change the world. The women who wear them will.” Anne Klein.
“The Star of David, The Mezuzah and my ‘Dog tag’ are the symbols that I cherished more than all.”
Seen on Shenkin st.
“I was born in Singapore and was raised as a Christian. Sometimes I feel like a biblical character for deciding to leave my HOME and family behind me and devote myself to God.”
“Take the best orgasm you ever had…multiply it by a thousand, and you’re still nowhere near it.”
That is how much I love Tel Aviv.”
“Open your heart to me, baby
I hold the lock and you hold the key”
“I consider myself an ‘Israeli’ more than a Jew.”
“All around me are familiar faces
Worn out places, worn out faces
Bright and early for the daily races
Going nowhere, going nowhere.”
“Did you ever hear about The Lost Tribes of Israel? Well, you’re looking at one of its descendants. I was born in Manipur, a state in northeastern India…”
“Ex-Haredim are the true freedom fighters of this world.”
“Bring on the new messiah
Wherever he may roam.”
“I heard that the internet is connecting people all over the world so you will be my messenger.”
Seen on Manta Ray beach.
“I’m not your typical Ultra Orthodox Jew.”
“Sometimes I feel that Tel Aviv is the reincarnation of Sodom and Gomorrah because of the short skirts and the abundant of cleavages,
Where Allenby meets shenkin.
Seen on Rothschild boulevard
Seen on Shenkin street
“It’s my daily connection with God almighty.”
Seen on Shuk Hacarmel
“We should all approach life in a state of continual happiness. My purpose is to make other people Happy.”
Seen on Dizengoff st.
“A tale of two cities.”
“To circumcise or not to
that is the queastion.”