A view into a spice shop along one of those narrow streets in the Old City of Jerusalem. Someone sculpted an interesting multi-coloured spice pyramid. The pyramid is crowned with a model of the Dome of the Rock.
You may remember from one of my previous posts, where I showed the Temple Mount in the Old City. The one thing you can clearly see, even from the distance. is the Dome of the Rock mosque, dating from 691 AD. The mosque was built on the Temple Mount, where King Solomon originally built the temple. This temple was flattened when the Babylonians conquered Judea, was rebuilt when the Jews returned from exile and was razed again by the Romans in 70 AD. From a Jew viewpoint, the Dome of the Rock mosque is where a Jewish temple should be. From the Muslim viewpoint, the mosque is where it should be.
The Temple Mount is associated with the Mount Moriah, where Abraham was told to sacrifice Isaac according to the Bible. Muslim tradition holds that it was Abraham's other son, Ishmael who was almost sacrificed. If you don't know the history, don't worry, no-one got sacrificed in the end.
So what the message is supposed to be, when the model is placed on the Mount of Spices, only the sculptor knows.