Rain and more rain in Jerusalem, Israel.
Trying to decide what to share this week,
I revert to the weekly Torah portion of Mishpatim, Laws.
לֹ֥א תִשָּׂ֖א שֵׁ֣מַע שָׁ֑וְא אַל־תָּ֤שֶׁת יָֽדְךָ֙ עִם־רָשָׁ֔ע לִהְיֹ֖ת עֵ֥ד חָמָֽס׃
Not to share the false things you hear.
Thus no fake news, but on The Real Jerusalem Streets – not all is good.
The rain was good for the cherry trees in bloom.
Continuing construction on Jerusalem streets not so good for residents.
I will spare you the images of stopped traffic and ripped up concrete.
However, this sign posted on the Jerusalem corner is a new favorite.
This is post number 1000 from the Real Jerusalem Streets.
This is a milestone post –
a time to remember for International Women’s Day and Israel Apartheid Week:
Nine years ago it took off and went viral, best RJS days of views ever.
Shame I was such a newbie, in Eilat, and did not follow up.
The next year, in 2012, also for International Women’s Day,
15 Real Photos of Arab Girls was published.
Those girls keep on going with over 25,000 views in the last 3 years.
Another year, and the US Presidents Day and Conference of Presidents Leadership Mission have come and gone, but Washington Street in Jerusalem remains and its sign is lit up at night, a popular image to share.
Presidents was an early post and needed heavy editing to share.
The Jewish Agency Board of Governors is meeting only in Tel Aviv this year.
No jokes about rocket science or scientists.
NASA’s Mars exploration scientist Nagin Cox was in Jerusalem at the American Cultural Center and concluded with the news that the countdown to the next launch is underway.
These NASA images of Mars look like they were taken in the Negev outside of Eilat.
While back in Jerusalem, new hotels under construction are changing the skyline.
The shops in Mamilla Mall have changed over the years, but the Arab women and girls are a regular sight, shopping and eating in the cafes.
So much has changed over the years on the Jerusalem streets.
So much has remained the same.
15 thoughts on “1000 Real Jerusalem Streets”
Great post, as always. Mazel tov on number 1000! This format works for me, what changes were you considering?
Mazel tov on the 1000 milestone- wishing you so many, many more to come!!
What a great service you perform for Clal Yisrael!!
Thanks! Great to hear efforts are not in vain.
Kol Hakavod on 1000 posts… and for showing us what is really going on in Jerusalem!
Mazel Tov from Salt Spring island BC…I so love and appreciate your posts/your talent…looking forward to 1001, next week…smiles and good wishes and also wishes that I had known about the first 500 or so…
As always, your post is informative and entertaining. Mazel Tov on #1000! Keep on going iyh. For me your format works.
All the best!
Thanks, I appreciate your constant support and encouragement.
Mazel Tov on this milestone .i always read and enjoy what you post even if I don’t often comment!
Thank you, so please share the posts.
Keep up the good work for 1000 more posts and beyond! The format is fine. Wouldn’t mind seeing a bit more about religious life and a bit less about politics. But that’s just me… 😉
Yes, trying to stay away from politics, but seems to slip into most everything. Maybe a good time to just walk to Kotel with no agenda other than the sun finally appeared.
Sharon, this is such an uplifting report even with all the problems the country faces. Mazel tov on your 1000th. Amazing that you are able to do this in the midst of your busy life. Keep it up in good health for many years to come.
Thank you, so good to hear from you. I often wonder how you are, have not seen you in too long.
Congratulations on reaching #1000. It has been a joy to follow each and everyone of them over the years. May we all continue to enjoy and appreciate the ones that you will make in the future!