Humans of Jerusalem

The Facebook page featuring the photographs and accompanying stories of random people on the capital’s streets presents a colorful slice of Holy City life – and the residents who make it so special.

By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
October 1, 2015 16:05
'Humans of Jerusalem' facebook page

'Humans of Jerusalem' facebook page. (photo credit: SIMCHA JESSEL)

 
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Simcha Jessel, a young man who made aliya from Toronto as a toddler, is singlehandedly trying to breathe new life into the Humans of Jerusalem project.

Modeled after the wildly popular Humans of New York photo blog that has over 15 million “likes” on Facebook, the newly launched Humans of Jerusalem Facebook page has already passed the 2,000-like milestone.

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