A refrigerator for a Jewish family in Jerusalem’s Old City?

A refrigerator that has become a symbol of the plight of Palestinians in the West Bank is being put up for sale for the first time in Israel’s Old Quarter.

The refrigerator, built in the 1930s, is on display at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is the holiest site in Islam.

It is one of several in the Old City that have been put up to raise money for families in the Gaza Strip.

It also represents the first commercial project of the Israeli government’s new economic development authority, which has vowed to help Palestinians get back to normal life after years of displacement.

“We have seen the need for this kind of thing,” said Yossi Arad, a member of the Jerusalem Municipality’s Housing and Housing Development Authority, which bought the refrigerator for its annual budget of about 10 million shekels ($17,500).

“This refrigerator represents what we’ve done in our city, which allows us to provide housing to the homeless and those living in overcrowded conditions.”‘

We want the world to see’The refrigerator is part of a collection of about 40 that have long been kept at the Jerusalem Public Library, which opened in 2009.

It has the name of the Palestinian city in Hebrew and features the Hebrew letters “J” and “I,” which are symbols of Jerusalem.

The Hebrew letters are used by the Israeli occupation authorities to mark areas controlled by the Jewish state and are used in Jewish prayer.

The name of this fridge, however, has not yet been revealed.

Arad said that he hoped the Israeli community would support it.

“This refrigerator has given us hope for our city,” he said.

“We want people to see it, to know it and to support us, which means supporting us to rebuild the city.

This is what we have been doing.”

In 2016, the city’s mayor proposed building a museum dedicated to the refrigerator, which would display the refrigerator’s history, including a collection that dates back to the 1940s.