Tonight everyone in Israel who cares about soccer will be watching
the crucial game of HaPoel Beer Sheva vs. Bnei Sakhnin (the team
from Arab town Sakhnin).
If Beer Sheva wins, it will be the first time in forty years that the team becomes national champion.
A One VOD camera crew was in Beer Sheva's huge open-air market, interviewing shuk regulars about their favorite team.
This shot is more interesting because it catches a Bedouin woman's nice dress.
Enlarge the photo to see the intricate embroidery.
Sorry, but spectator sports are not my forte; I can't get into watching games.
Here in my little snippet a dyed-in-the-wool HaPoel Beer Sheva fan sings for the team.
But I recommend you go to the professional 5-minute ONE VOD video and enjoy seeing the diverse and colorful characters of our shuk (market) as they praise HaPoel.
It's fun even if you don't know Hebrew. : )
UPDATE Saturday 11 pm: Wow, we won, Beer Sheva won the game!! National soccer champions for the first time since 1976.
Big joy in the stadium and in the city and in homes!