Christmas decorations are always a popular topic, but they can also be extremely costly.
According to the Jerusalem Post, many of the Christmas decorations can be bought online for between $30 to $100 each, with prices starting from $5 to $20.
Some of the decorations are even quite costly.
For instance, a Christmas table decoration from the local Israel-based designer Javed Zabala that was given to a family in Jerusalem cost about $15.
If it had been purchased in the city, it would have cost more than $40, according to the article.
The article also revealed that several large Christmas lights were also made by the designer, and many of them were actually built by the Israeli company Adana.
Adana is the same company that built the large, ornate Christmas tree in Bethlehem in 2013.
“The Israeli company built a large, elegant Christmas tree that cost around $200,” the article said.
The Jerusalem Post also reported that the designer of the lights, Oren Avner, told the publication that the company would not allow people to buy it without the permission of the owner of the company.
The lights were meant for a special wedding party and are meant to make guests feel special.
“It is not that we don’t want to make sure that the decorations were made by a local company,” he said, according the Jerusalem News.
“We don’t make Christmas decorations for the sake of selling them to the public.”
It was also revealed in the article that the Israeli manufacturer also makes decorations for religious holidays.
The article quoted an Adana spokesperson as saying that the Christmas tree was designed by a company from Jerusalem that specializes in creating Christmas decorations.
“We have no intention to use any part of the product that is produced by Israeli companies, and the designer will not be asked to create them,” the spokesperson said.
“He is a local person, not a Palestinian or Arab.”