He had never joined the army. None of my Jewish friends have been in the Army. They either fled the country or came up with a scheme to avoid being drafted to the Israeli brainwash forces. In a conversation with Earth, I noticed this man was so calm, he didn’t say much, just let Earth rant on about the hatred and misplacement in the world. He slowly took a drag on his cigarette and exhaled as to show he couldn’t be bothered with the topic. Suddenly he said: “It’s a beautiful day today, look at the birds kissing”. Shalom is happily married, has a child and lives across the Jewish cemetry, filling Copenhagen with more soulful art.