The City of Jerusalem has been running a “survey” of sorts. The survey was regarding which person should be memorialized by having their name turned into the name of a street.
With 2,222 questionnaires having been distributed among Jerusalem residents, we have a winner, and one by a large majority.
The results of the poll indicate that people wish to memorialize Dr. David Applebaum Hy”d, the emergency room doctor killed in a terrorist attack when having coffee with his daughter who was about to get married, by naming a street after him.
Dr. Applebaum beat out Teddy Kollek and Rehavam “Gandhi” Zeevi. Applebaum won with 87% of the votes.