The walls of the Jewish quarter in Jerusalem are usually decorated with large brass knob-shaped decorations that have been placed in place to keep out intruders.
But the brass knobb decoration in the corner of the corner shop, in the heart of the Old City, is a new phenomenon that has attracted attention around the world.
The shop is located in the eastern portion of the neighborhood of Pisgat Ze’ev, and has become known as a popular place for Jews to hang out during the summer months, when there are fewer people around to see them.
The owner, Oren Ziv, said he decided to put the brass decoration on his wall when the shop began receiving requests from tourists looking for a place to hang their banners.
The decorations are made from brass, with gold or silver decorations inside the brass.
It is the only time that the shop is known to sell decorative items that are made of brass, and the shop has become a popular spot for visitors looking to show their support for the Jewish people.
The owner said the decorations are a way of showing support for his community and that the custom has been in place for decades.
“I wanted to make sure that we don’t offend anyone, so we added a few brass knobby things to the corner to show support for our community,” he said.
“We have the largest brass wall in the neighborhood, and we use all the decorations in the shop.
We put our own flags on the walls to show our support, and they are made out of brass.”
Ziv said the decoration has become so popular that he has started putting the brass decorations on other shops in the area, as well.
“It is a symbol of peace and a symbol for the city.
The shop has been a place of peace for the past 50 years,” he added.”
We want to make this a permanent place for everyone,” Ziv said.
The brass decorations, which are called brita bittu, are made up of a mix of brass and brass knobbies that are shaped like a knob and can be hung on either side of the shop, or can be placed on the wall of the front or back of the store.
“When the shop closes, they are taken down and put in a safe place.
When we reopen, they will be taken down again and placed in the safe place,” he explained.”
The reason I wanted to do it was to honor the Jewish community and to show solidarity,” Ziz explained.
“The whole world wants to see the Jewish Quarter, and I want to show the world that we are here to support the Jewish citizens.”
The shop has seen a number of other similar decorations over the years.
“They have been on walls of shops in other parts of the city, and now they have come to the Jewish District,” he noted.
The customers come from all over the world, from Europe to Africa and Asia.
Ziv added that he also plans to add more decorative items to the shop this summer, and added that the owner is looking to make it a permanent fixture.
“It’s really important for us to have a place like this.
We have a long history of supporting the Jewish population,” Zitv said.
Ziva said that he hopes to make the shop a regular fixture in the city as well, and that he will continue to put decorations on the front and back of his shop for years to come.
“I think this is the beginning of a tradition, a way to honor our people and our heritage, and to make our shop a permanent thing.
We want to stay open, but we want to change this place and make it unique and memorable,” Ziva concluded.