Wednesday, January 23, 2013

After the Elections: Pics From Election Day

On the border of Givat Shaul and Kiryat Moshe. The poster claims that voting for United Torah Judaism is like making a Yissachar-Zevulun agreement:

A strange way of advertising here in Israel is by throwing pamphlets on the sidewalk and the street. This pamphlet makes fun of those who forbid taking part in the elections by calling them "ingrates":

I don't have the patience to explain this poster. Sorry.

Rabbi Ovadiah Yosef Shlita was omnipresent:

Otzma LeYisrael. Too bad that they did not make it into the Knesset:

The Likud going after the national religious voters:

Outside a polling station in the Kiryat Moshe neighborhood. These kids are working for the Jewish Home party. Notice who is featured on the posters: Rabbi Eli Ben-Dahan and Uri Ariel:

I headed over to the more secular Beit HaKerem neighborhood. The Jewish Home felt that this is just the place for Ayelet Shaked. The sign says, "Sister, Come home!"

This picture was taken outside a polling station in Beit HaKerem. Along with advertisements for Tzippi Livni and the Jewish Home, there is an advertisement for the Israeli Communist Party:

Here is a very rare sign for Yair Lapid. They ran an unconventional and a surprisingly successful campaign:

All that is left now is to clean up all the mess and form a coalition!

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