("Whither goest thou?" is how the King James Version translates the Latin Vulgate verse John 16:5.)
Quo vadis, where are you headed, Jerusalem? Just a few minutes ago the polls closed. Only 35% of Jerusalemites voted and their votes will determine who the new mayor will be. BTW, for the first time 17-year-olds were given the right to vote (formerly the age was 18).
Who will occupy City Hall for at least the next five years? The Jerusalem Municipality building in Safra Square (shown below) looks like a nice place to work.
Uri Lupolianski, a religious Jew, has been in office since 2003.
Either hareidi (ultra-Orthodox) Meir Porush or secular Nir Barkat will be declared winner in the coming hours. Either way, we are in for some big changes.
The lion is the symbol of Jerusalem.
My village is just a few minutes' drive outside the Jerusalem city limits, so I have no right to vote for the mayor. But I feel I am a Jerusalemite at heart.
Quo vadis, Jerusalem? God only knows.
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