article A Jerusalem Post reporter in Jerusalem on Sunday found an old advertisement for a “golden ticket” to Jerusalem that had been pulled down after a bomb exploded at the office, the newspaper said.
The ad, which ran for five years, featured an attractive young woman in an attractive outfit, and a young man with a bag under his arm who said, “Get your passport and get on the bus,” according to The Jerusalem Report, a news website based in Jerusalem.
The man appeared to be in his late 20s.
He also appeared to carry an American passport, the report said.
After an inspection by police, the ad was taken down.
The newspaper, which publishes in Hebrew, said it had not been able to verify the authenticity of the advertisement.
The advertisement was one of a handful of advertisements that were pulled down by authorities last month after a series of attacks.
One of the ads featured a woman holding an apple, while another showed a man wearing a wig, a white robe and a hat.
The Jerusalem newspaper reported that the agency responsible for the advertisements had no immediate comment.
A few days after the ad went up, the Jerusalem Police Security Department ordered the closure of several businesses in the city’s Old City and surrounding areas, including the old-age home of Rabbi Yoav Katz, the rabbi who oversees the Jerusalem Temple Mount.
In addition, the head of the Jerusalem District police, Maj. Gen. Oded Gilad, ordered that all public transportation services be suspended in the Old City from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 10 a.,m.
until noon, until police had determined that they had no reason to stop the service.