Wednesday, February 24, 2010

More Wall Posters

I had posted an earlier, 'teaser', version of the poster below (here) and now we can indeed see what the subject is, the "Society for the Purity of the Camp" led by Yitzchak Meir Shprunvitz (there Hebrew publication is here):

PETA ,ight not like this but the penguin, actually, is only used as a color prop. If you want really black hats, choose Habik Hats:-

Jerusalem Municipaility seems to have authorized funding for Evangelical tourism and more and this has started a poster campaign as in the next two (another project info below):-

Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat and the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) to Join Hands in Fighting Poverty IFCJ to donate 13.5 million NIS (Approx $3.5 million) for projects aimed at reducing poverty in Jerusalem and supporting the Ethiopian community

Mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat and IFCJ Founder and President, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein will announce today the renewed cooperation between IFCJ and the City of Jerusalem in a large scale project to fight poverty in the city, in which IFCJ will donate 13.5 million NIS. Both parties expressed their satisfaction with this renewed cooperation.

Upcoming Projects include: "From Dependence to Independence"- A 6 million NIS grant teaching hundreds of needy families in Jerusalem how to gain economic independence. Families that will participate in the project will receive a wide range support which includes: professional training for the unemployed, tutorial aid for children in school, information on how to exercise their rights, workshops on strengthening the family unit, and workshops on participating and contributing to society. 2 million NIS of this donation will be dedicated specifically for the Ethiopian community/ IFCJ will donate two "Urgent Needs Funds" in the sum of 1.5 million NIS to the Jerusalem Welfare Offices.

The donation will provide Social Service professionals with a designated budget to support needy citizens with basic necessities such as: food, clothing, dental care, hearing aides, glasses, baby
equipment, vital electric goods etc. One of the Funds will be an emergency support fund, to be used in case of natural catastrophes, terror attacks etc. 4 million NIS for building a Spiritual and Cultural Center for the Ethiopian community in the Talpiot neighborhood.

The IFCJ supports over 150 municipalities throughout Israel. Its donation to the City of Jerusalem is the largest of all. The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ), based in Chicago and Jerusalem, is the largest funder of social services in Israel after the government. Through the generosity of its donors, most of whom are evangelical Christians, IFCJ has in recent years contributed hundreds of millions of dollars toward Jewish immigration, resettlement, social welfare, and security projects in Israel, as well as supporting numerous projects that help impoverished Jewish populations in the former Soviet Union and around the world.

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