Jerusalem’s main shopping district has seen a massive surge in the number of shoppers in recent weeks, and the latest reports indicate that the market has already surpassed the city’s pre-9/11 peak.
The market is booming as Jerusalemites head into the new year.
In recent months, more than 50 percent of the residents of the city have taken part in the festivities, which have included parties, picnics and festivals.
In the past, Jerusalem’s market was a bustling, bustling space that served as a place for people to meet and buy goods from around the world.
But as the economy improved, so did the number and variety of goods, with many of them having become expensive to find.
In 2013, a huge market in Jerusalem’s Old City saw an unprecedented number of visitors and locals alike, and now the city is getting a taste of its own medicine.
But while the number has increased in the past few years, it is clear that there is still room for growth in the market, especially if one focuses on the areas that are more popular.
For instance, there is a thriving local craft market in the Old City, where shops sell traditional Palestinian, Hebrew and Christian clothing, jewelry, handbags, and other items, and are open seven days a week.
There are also shops selling jewelry, scarves, earrings, scarf necklaces, necklacing jewelry and more, which are open for one to two days a month.
The most popular items on offer are scarves with intricate patterns and intricate designs, which cost about 1,500 shekels ($18).
The market has also seen an increase in the amount of women who have entered the market and become customers.
Some have even become the shop’s owners, according to the Jerusalem Post.
“It is the market where women come to buy,” said Shira Zalman, who sells jewelry, jewelry accessories and more.
“They come because they like the style, they like being a part of something special.
The shop has been a good outlet for them to do that.”
Zalman says she started selling at the market after seeing the changes in the city, and is now selling at least 15 different items.
“I was selling in the store, but I couldn’t sell there,” she said.
“So I started selling here, and my sales have gone up.”
Zalamoun is the only shop selling jewelry and accessories in the entire Old City.
“The women here are the ones who come here to shop,” she added.
“A lot of the jewelry is handmade by women who come from the area and work in the fields.”
Zamoun is also the only market that has seen an uptick in the popularity of men’s clothing, with the prices of men-made goods reaching more than 1,000 shekeles ($18) per pair.
It is the men’s section that is most popular, as well, with a big selection of men clothes and accessories, such as shirts and ties.
In addition, many shops selling men’s clothes, ties and more have opened in the area, such that women’s clothes are now a much more sought-after item.
In addition, there are also stores selling jewelry with intricate designs and intricate patterns.
“I started selling in my shop, and it went well,” said Ayesha, who also sells men’s and women’s clothing.
“People are willing to pay for what they want.”
While the market is a busy place for many people to be in Jerusalem, many people in the capital also come to the market to buy things for their families and friends.
Many of these people are people who have moved to the city from the surrounding areas and are currently living in the central and northern parts of the country.
“The main reason people come to this market is for the food,” said Erez, who lives in the northern part of the Old East Jerusalem.
“There is not much food in the center of the West Bank, and most people are staying at home and going to the markets.”
Erez said he had not seen many Israeli people buying at the markets, and he was glad to see that he was the only one buying there.
“This is the first time I have come to a market in a year and a half,” he said.
“Even though it is the busiest time of year, the food and the prices are so good.
I like to buy food here because the price is not too high.”
Aisha, who works in the kitchen, said that she would buy food in any of the markets she frequents, even in Jerusalem.
“We do not want to eat alone,” she explained.
“In fact, I have been looking for a place to buy groceries, but it is hard to find any grocery stores.”
Another customer, who did not want his name published, said he would go to the marketplace to buy some food.
“This is a place where I can eat and meet people,