If all these monotonous white shirts say "Sale" then it must be the end of season sale at the Zara store in a Beer Sheva mall.
The Spanish international fashion chain got in trouble, with Jews at least, for "innocently" putting this shirt on the market.
Shirt is made in Turkey, by the way.
See the full story at The Times of Israel, which begins thus:
For only NIS 80 ($23), your little tyke can have that fashion forward fresh-from-the-concentration-camp look now on sale at international chain Zara.The children’s 65% cotton, 35% polyester white shirt with dark horizontal stripes sports a fetching yellow Star of David badge on its left breast. It’s called the “sheriff,” and a closer look reveals that the word is indeed lightly etched upon the badge.
And then see Zara's subsequent foot-in-mouth apology. Oi.