Fishing in Istanbul:
every one can make those pictures. this is JEWISH CRAP
I cannot see how a picture of a woman wearing shalvar and fishing by the Bosphorus - probably nearby the Sabanci museum - would in any way be connected to jewishness. Such a notion seems mere nonsense.
Hey anonymous, anyone can make those pictures yes . However they were made in person and in living color by our pal Neeka. Give credit where credit is due. I agree with Vilhelm what does a lady fishing have to do with Jewishness ?
a fishing lady is an old jewish symbol, so sad you didnt knew
Men with glasses and capable of reading and writing are an old Jewish symbol. Sasha
Dear Berl,As anonymous indicates, if a picture of a woman fishing is a Jewish symbol, then one must ask what is not. One cannot presuppose that everyone is a scholar on religious symbolism beyond the point where one recognises the symbols of individual world religions. Do you e.g. know the various symbols of Hinduism? And then, what if everyone knew a woman fishing as a Jewish symbol, would that really change anything (given that the image wasn't derogatory in any way)? I think not. Most people would see it primarily as a picture of everyday life in Istanbul, and then - possibly - as a symbol of Judaism or whatever. Well, now I at least know a tiny bit more of Jewish symbolism, but I cannot say that makes me a happier man.Yours,Vilhelm