Kim Kardashian removed from photo on ultra-Orthodox news website

The website superimposed a photo of the restaurant bill to cover Kardashian's image.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 15, 2015 12:11
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The blurred photo of Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, similar to how it appeared on the Kikar Shabbat website. (photo credit: FACEBOOK,JPOST STAFF)

 
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American reality television star Kim Kardashian and her rapper husband Kanye West met for a meal with Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat on Monday evening. Kikar Shabbat, an ultra-Orthodox news website, removed Kardashian from the photograph taken of the group using the restaurant bill.

In a quick visit to Jerusalem, the famous couple had their toddler daughter, North West, baptized at a 12th century Armenian church in the old walled city.

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The celebrities flew to Israel after a five-day visit to Armenia, homeland of Kardashian's ancestors, where on Friday she placed flowers in Yerevan at a memorial to mass killings of Armenians by forces of the Ottoman empire, which began in 1915.


The original photo, as posted on the mayor's Facebook page.


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