This year’s #WomensGolfChallenge has just concluded, and so far, it’s become the hottest thing to do in Jerusalem, and the most anticipated of the year.
There are a few different courses in the city, with a lot of different players competing for the prize, and of course, there’s always the big event.
This year, the first two tournaments in the #WOMENSGOLFChallenge will be held at a popular venue in Jerusalem called Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The Mosque has been the site of numerous confrontations between Palestinians and Israeli soldiers, which has become one of the main events for this year’s tournament.
At the beginning of the tournament, it was clear that this year, things would be different, and it will be the first time in the tournament’s history that Palestinian players will be able to play.
It’s no surprise that many Palestinians are planning to participate in the first tournaments, but they will be outnumbered by the Israelis, who will be on the lookout for any signs of Palestinian resistance.
There is also the possibility that the Israelis will make a move to stop Palestinians from competing, as well.
But there’s also the chance that they might be able come back at the last minute and allow Palestinians to compete.
So, if you’re planning to play, you need to dress like you would at any event, to make sure you don’t attract the attention of the Israelis.
Here are some tips for how to get yourself ready.
Wear a long sleeved shirt and jacket with a tie or hood, like a turtleneck, and a shirt with a collar.
Keep your hair short and neat.
You’ll need it to keep the Israeli soldiers away.
Take off your shoes.
If you want to play with a big group, you’ll need to wear a long-sleeved shirt with tie and a long hoodie.
Wear gloves if you want a chance to be competitive.
Don’t forget to wear your hijab.
Make sure you have a good sense of humor.
You might be surprised by the Israeli reaction.
Keep up with social media.
Be prepared to laugh.
If there’s one thing the Israeli military knows how to do, it is laugh.
You won’t want to look too revealing, and you might want to dress in casual clothing, like shorts or a button-down shirt.
Wear earrings and a necklace.
Be a bit more aggressive.
Be kind to your Israeli colleagues.
Be respectful to your Palestinian teammates.
Be aware of your surroundings.
Wear something you’re familiar with, like flip flops, sneakers, or flip-flops.
If it’s cold, take off your jacket and put on a sweater or a hat.
Dress in a way that doesn’t offend the Israelis and the rest of the community.
Don´t be too revealing or too provocative.
Dress to impress.
Make a face and be friendly, and don’t make any awkward eye contact.
Dress like a man.
Dress casual, don’t show off your shirt or your necktie.
If the weather is nice, wear your best clothes.
Don the best shoes you can afford.
Wear sneakers or flip flop shoes, and wear your hair long and loose.
Don your sunglasses.
You’re welcome to wear them, but be aware that the Israeli army has already confiscated the ones you are allowed to wear.
Don a hat and a scarf if you are interested in the Palestinian cause.
Keep a good eye on your surroundings and be aware of anyone who might be watching.
Don any headgear, including a hat or a scarf.
Wear your scarf when you’re in the presence of Israeli soldiers.
Wear an open shirt and tie if you have the opportunity.
Don and wear any accessories that the Israel Defense Forces deems appropriate.
Wear headphones if you need it. 30.
Wear black if you don´t want to be recognized.
Don only bring your own items and don´tea to the tournament.
Keep to the path of least resistance.
If someone is holding a knife or an object, they will probably not be allowed to compete, and they may even be shot.
Be sure to keep your distance from your fellow competitors.
Do not take your phone or computer anywhere you aren’t authorized to be. 35.
Don everything you can to keep yourself from being recognized by the Israel Military.