Jewish man creates a Christian mezuzah called Christooza

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(JNS.org) A Queens Jewish man from Queens is selling a Christian mezuzah dubbed the chrstooza. Henry Zabarsky has created a hollow cross made from plastic which, like a traditional mezuzah, contains a prayer inscribed parchment and must be affixed to a door post.

The New York Post’s report on the Christooza. Credit: Screenshot.

Zabarsky, a financial adviser, came up with the idea from a “very religious” Catholic client, reported the New York Post.

“There were pictures of Jerusalem everywhere, crosses. And I was thinking, Jews have this mezuzah — so why not create one for everyone else?” Zabarsky said.

The Christoozas are sold on Zabarsky’a website for $20. A customizable option with a unique blessing is available for another $5.

 

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