One also sees many Orthodox Jews, as they walk to prayer and Torah studying. Their distinctive dress- often in all black- stands out and can be seen by all people. I have no idea how they can survive like this in the very strong daily heat, but somehow they do it. I am not Jewish either, but again, I respect how they take their faith so seriously.
Shopkeepers in the Muslim Quarter
Orthodox Jews praying near Kind David's Tomb. One of the men prayed for me in Hebrew, and took a picture of me wearing a kippah. All men entering the site of prayer were required to wear one.