What you see and what you might unexpectedly get by gazing through rear windows at election time
It seemed like an odd place to die, in a hard wooden chair placed in front of a back-facing bedroom window.
“I told you that nothing is to be moved,” Ofek had ordered while showing the apartment, when I tried to place it next to the wall so that I could take in the view. “Especially the chair.”
“And the sign?” I said nervously, looking down on the big black banner hanging from the outside railing. From the outside it couldn’t be missed. It depicted the late Rabbi Ovadia Yosef … continue reading at The Times of Israel
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