The signs of an impending global cataclysm are everywhere in the city of Jerusalem, as people start to notice the “frost” beginning to encroach on the streets, and the “crown” of Jerusalem is about to emerge.

But this is not the last we will see of the city.

This is a city of signs, and people are beginning to notice them.

The sign of the time, the time to leave, the moment to flee is now, said Efraim Zuroff, the chief of Jerusalem’s public security, at a press conference Monday.

The signs are changing, the signs are beginning a different path, Zurof said, and now we are in a moment to choose, he said.

Zuroff said the city is in a situation where there is an increasing number of threats and threats to life.

The signs that are beginning are not only threats to the lives of people, but they are also signs that say: This is where we are heading, Zurff said.

The first signs of what we are going to face are people, he added.

We are going from the point of no return, he stressed.

This year, Zureff said, is the year of the “cataclysm.”

A few weeks ago, there was a lot of talk about the “rise of the volcano,” but no one expected this.

The volcano is not going to be coming, Zurerff said Sunday.

It is only a matter of time before it erupts, and we will be forced to evacuate the city, he warned.

The city’s population has risen from 3 million in 2000 to more than 3.5 million now, he noted.

A number of people have been killed in the past year alone.

Zurff warned that the city could be a “wet blanket” for a global catacomb, with the city’s infrastructure crumbling and thousands of buildings damaged.

The city has a population of over 8 million, he told the media, which means that there are millions of people living in the capital and other cities.

Many of the people are “frightened” and are afraid, Zuerff said at a briefing Monday, with a number of them refusing to leave their homes.

The world is looking at Jerusalem for its future, he stated.

There is a lot to be scared of, he went on.

The world is watching and is trying to determine what is going to happen to Jerusalem, and what will happen to the city and its people.

People are afraid of what is coming, and they are not afraid of the events that will happen.

They are afraid that things will not be the way they want, he emphasized.

In a recent interview, Zürff said that there was an increased number of “death threats” against the city in recent weeks.

This “is very dangerous, because we have seen how people can be radicalized,” he said, referring to recent protests against the police killing of an unarmed Palestinian man who was in a car with two women.

A number of the protesters have been arrested.

Zürff called for a peaceful protest in front of the Dome of the Rock.

He urged people to avoid crowds of hundreds.

The police have announced a total of five days of curfew and a one-day period of no-trespassing in Jerusalem.

Zuerff announced that security forces will not “march on” to the protesters and “will not go in their direction.”

He urged protesters to walk in silence.

A group of Palestinian protesters were attacked and detained on the West Bank, Zuryff said in the interview.

This was an attempt to provoke the police, ZURFF added.

The mayor’s office said Monday that it is reviewing the situation in the Old City of Jerusalem and “reassessing the situation” if there are more demonstrations in the future.

The Israeli government has repeatedly condemned the demonstrations, which have seen Palestinians set off Molotov cocktails and firecrackers in the streets of the Old Town.

They have also been attacked with stones, rubber bullets and Molotowks, according to Israeli media reports.

The police have responded with tear gas and pepper spray, and several Palestinians have been injured.

Protests have been held for months in the Westbank and other parts of the West to protest the Israeli government’s policy of demolishing the homes of Palestinians in East Jerusalem, where Jewish settlers and Israeli military forces have built Jewish settlements and built illegal settlements there.

The Palestinians have repeatedly rejected any settlement in the area, and have called on the international community to halt its settlement policies.

Israel has said it will not recognize any settlement on the land of the Jewish people.