The Jerusalem City Council voted unanimously on Monday to make the sport meet badge the official badge of the city’s new sports clubs.

The move follows a petition signed by more than 20,000 people, and comes as the city prepares for its first major sporting event, the Winter Olympics in 2020.

The move is expected to spur more people to apply for the meet badge and make the city a more welcoming place for visitors.

“The City Council decided to make this official badge as a badge of pride, not a mark of shame,” Mayor Nir Barkat said.

“We want to make it the first place you can find it and that will be the only place to find it in the city.”

The new badge will include a date, the time, the location and the time of the meet, according to the council’s decision.

The time will be displayed in green, with a white date line, and the location will be indicated in red.

The meeting will take place on the second Thursday of every month, and there will be a barbeque for those who don’t want to be in the same room as others.

“We are looking to attract more people into sports.

We want to create a place where people can get together and enjoy the game together,” Barkat told reporters.

“That’s why we are trying to create this badge.”

Barkat said he was confident the new badge would help ease the strain of having multiple sports clubs in a city with only three.

The new rules will be put into effect after the city meets in a few weeks.

The new met badge will be based on the Olympic Games in 2020 and includes a date of Feb. 9 and a time of 11:59 p.m.

(19:59 a.m.) for the official meet.

The council also approved a resolution to create an interactive map to help people find their favorite meet spots.

The council’s website will include information about the meet and a list of places.

The meeting was held in the former Olympic stadium on the site of the old soccer stadium, the Jerusalem Tennis Club, which has been used as a training facility for Israeli athletes.

The city is planning to expand the soccer field to add more space for volleyball, squash and other sports.

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