Signs of Rosh Hashana in Jerusalem

The days are getting shorter and the nights are cooler.

Summer is coming to an end.

All around there are signs of the new year.

The first day of school is a big deal in Israel, 

 the Prime Minister, the President and

a long list of politicians get involved.

Lining the Jerusalem, Israel, streets,

are new signs announcing the new school year,

New school year starts in Jerusalem

 “There’s nothing like the education in Jerusalem,

good luck to us all in school.”

Jerusalem streets photo, posting announcements

Here is a new, special place to post community announcements.

I can’t wait to see how it will be used. 

sign Jerusalem streets

Not sure why this sign is still up,

as Maccabiah events are long over, so there is no need for parking now.

Jerusalem sacred music festival

The Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival attracted extra attention this year.

It certainly was not a good sign that one performer,

 Selif Keita, had to cancel due to threats.

Israeli apartheid, Palestinian in Al=Quds, image Palestinian Israel

If he had come he would see what is really happening

 on the Jerusalem streets.

Jerusalem music, end of summer concert

There were signs all over for many musical performances,

like this one is for an end of summer concert in Kikar Safra, Safra Square.

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These fresh limes on the tree almost ready to pick

has to be one of my favorite signs of the Rosh Hashana season.

It is really coming soon this year,

 too soon for some of us,

image for rimonim, pomegrantes

but mountains of rimonim, pomegranates, are a sure sign that of the new year is almost here.

They even appear above the streets on this new sign

poster Shanah tovah, sign new year, image rosh Hashanah

wishing all a Shanah tovah in Jerusalem,

a very good new year to all.

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  • August 28, 2013 at 6:51 pm
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    Hi Sharon!1
    Mazal tov on the newest grandchild! I will not forget his name because MY son who lives in Elazar’s name is Yakir David. What a beautiful name.
    Shabat Shalom and Shana tove.
    Love, Shifra

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  • August 29, 2013 at 2:54 pm
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    Mazel tov on your newest grandchild! The pictures are great as always. Shana Tova to you and yours. Jeaninne

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