Silvan Shalom needs some apples

The deputy prime minister shops in the Hatikva market in Tel Aviv days before the Rosh Hashana holiday, says he is there to listen to the people.

September 8, 2010 03:57
silvan market

silvan market. (photo credit: Benjamin Spier)

A few days ahead of the Rosh Hashana holiday, Deputy Prime Minister Silvan Shalom went holiday shopping with his wife Judy. The trip coincided with the renewed peace talks, Shalom said that he was not there to campaign but rather to listen to the people.

At the Hatikva market on Monday, Shalom inspected fruit, received holiday blessings, and reunited with some of his favorite merchants.

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