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For the context behind these images, please check out our previous stories:
These images came to us by way of Facebook, a few contributions via our trusted submission link, and one or two we did ourselves on our own Photoshop 5.5. Enjoy:
Yael Resnick sent us this remarkably original work:
The pokemon image was our idea. This next one is a bit esoteric, and has no flags. We call it Going Down.
This we took from Shai Alfasi on Facebook:
Returning to the Mountain posted several images on Facebook:
Ronel Adani posted this on Facebook
From Linoy Mizrahi, we’re not entirely sure who’s the green fellow and what is the nature of his engagement with the law:
Finally, from Dov Trachtman, a Zionist crusader:
As always, if you’re looking for a good background for your Photoshop project for Occupy Temple Mount, you can always use this one:
We don’t have the means to take over the Temple Mount by force, at least not those of us without the necessary government connections, but we do have an imagination, and since yesterday we’ve been conquering the Temple Mount in increasing numbers, and you’ve been helping.
For the original story, and for much needed context, visit Summer Project: Flood the Internet with Subversive Temple Mount Images.
By the way, many Facebook users have already shared our parade of flags and added their own. Share with your friends.
These are the latest contributions from the Jewishpress.com readers. To add your own work, please go to this link.
Here is a contribution from Randy Lallouz’s last virtual visit to the holy site. Note the cool shades, a must when facing divine light.
The artist behind this lovely picture identified himself only as Bibi Netanyahu. The name sounds vaguely familiar.
“How bored are the Israel police?” Facebook user Haim Brosh was wondering, after a meme he posted, showing a photoshopped image of himself, carrying an Israeli flag in front of the Al Aqsa mosque on the Temple Mount, with the title of the Zionist song “Carry a flag unto Zion” and a call for the Israeli government to finally raise the flag on the Temple Mount — ended up with his arrest in the middle of the street by police detectives.
The cops could not tell a photoshopped image from the real thing, and warned Brosh to cease and desist his subversive activities, such as, we assume, getting his picture taken with an Israeli flag in front of the Al Aqsa mosque with no one noticing.
Since then, a new genre of memes has evolved in the pro-Israel side of Facebook, which we would like all of us to join, because, hey, it’s hot outside and we don’t feel like watching TV right now. Also, we’re patriotic, imaginative, and we know Photoshop.
This is the original meme by Haim Brosh.
This meme was added by Arnon Segal.
This came from Lizi Hameiri.
And Danny Gelman.
Here’s Jameel @ Muqata with his son (they’re wearing T’fillin too)
Then the floodgates were thrown open with this amazing meme (which we already used for the cover image but we love it so much, we figured, what the heck), we believe by Sharon Gabay.
And we went ahead and added the ones below, but before we share them with you, please download this image if you need a foundation background for your memes, and start uploading subversive Jewish Temple Mount images to mess with the fuzz. Send us your mind gifts to www.jewishpress.com/submit-article.
This is a good background image to use.
And this is what we started doing with it…
You recognize Tzipi Hotovely above, right? She said her dream was to raise the flag on the Temple Mount, so, there you go.
Looking forward to your contributions — be funny, if possible, but keep within the limits of a Jewish family newspaper. We hope to run a follow-up story with your best submissions.David Israel
Some 200 Jews gathered Tuesday morning by the entrance to the Temple Mount compound, to commemorate Hallel Yaffa Ariel, 13, HY”D, who was murdered two weeks ago by an Arab terrorist in her bedroom in Kiryat Arba. Police then permitted some 50 to enter the Temple Mount, the largest group to ascend there this year—under heavy guard.
Following negotiation with the grieving family, Jerusalem police agreed to a more flexible visit, permitting the Jewish group a longer stay and not attempting to silence the uttering of blessings or saying Amen—as opposed to the 15-person limit in normal times and the complete prohibition of even the appearance of prayers or blessings.
The Muslims at the site cursed out the group and made repeated references to Allah, who is, they said, great.
One Jewish person was arrested earlier, according to Temple Mount activists, for the sin of closing his eyes and placing his hand over his eyes — an obvious criminal inclination to recite the Shema Israel.
Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel and MK Bezalel Smotrich of Habayit Hayehudi, and MKs Yehuda Glick and Oren Hazan (Likud) participated in the event at the foot of Temple Mount, but were not allowed t ascend, by order of the prime minister. The ceremony at the entrance to the holy site ended in dancing and singing.
The murdered child’s parents said they’d like to change the name of the gate from “Mugrabim Gate,” after the north-African Arab dwellers in the area before 1967, to “Hallel Gate,” after their daughter and after the Hallel prayer which accompanies every religious Jewish holiday rejoicing.
Two Jewish youths were arrested at around 6:30 pm Tuesday evening at the Temple Mount, local sources reported.
Two male teens were marched quickly through the alleyways of the Old City of Jerusalem toward the precinct under heavy protection by Border Guard Police.
It was not clear what the two boys had done to merit such attention. No further details were made available.Hana Levi Julian
The police arrested 16 Arab rioters on the Temple Mount on Tuesday morning, according to the police spokesperson.
The 16 were were part of the group of violent Islamists that were rioting this morning on the Jewish holy site and threw stones down onto the Kotel below, injuring a 73-year-old woman.Jewish Press News Briefs