The Jerusalem family tattoo of the day
The family tattoo in the middle of the night is a common sight in the capital city.
But the family tattoo is one of the most precious in Jerusalem and it is one that is almost impossible to find in the city.
This family tattoo was commissioned by the family of a man who was killed in an attack by Palestinian militants in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Nabi Saleh, on July 12.
The man was identified as the cousin of a young Israeli soldier.
The tattoo was placed in his neck after his death and was placed by his family.
The family wanted the tattoo to be a reminder of his sacrifice, and to show respect for the dead man’s memory, The Jerusalem Times reported.
The artist was born in Nabi Saleh, a Palestinian refugee camp near Jerusalem, and had lived there since the 1990s.
When asked about the tattoo, a spokesperson for the artist told The Jerusalem Report that the family has decided to stop using the name of the man, to respect the dead soldier’s memory and honor the fallen soldiers who died in the line of duty.
The family is currently working on a new tattoo.
They have yet to find a suitable name for the tattoo.
The tattoo is a family symbol that has stood the test of time, and its continued use reflects the resilience and strength of the people of Jerusalem, said the spokesperson.
It is a symbol of pride and honor that is shared by all in the neighborhood.
“This is the only family that can show us the strength of Jerusalem and to say that we are the people who are doing the fighting and the fighting is ours,” said the family.