It's so bad out there that it's come to this:
REHOVOT, ISRAEL—An Israeli barber has fashioned what he calls “magic” yarmulkes out of hair, designed to allow religious Jews to cover their heads without attracting unwanted attention from anti-Semites.
Shalom Koresh said his skullcap, known as a yarmulke in Yiddish and a kippa in Hebrew, was inspired by rising anti-Semitism
in Europe and elsewhere. He said he has seen particular interest from buyers in France and Belgium.
So a "magic" mini-toupee is supposed to keep you safe in scary areas? Won't it just encourage the Jew-haters/Zion-loathers to try to "scalp" you?
“This skullcap is washable, you can brush it, you can dye it,” Koresh said in his salon in central Israel. “It was created so people could feel comfortable going to places where they are afraid to go, or places where they can’t wear it and feel secure.”...
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