Protect your vehicle with this mezuzah
According to Jewish tradition, the mezuzah is a box that is placed on the right doorpost of Jewish homes. Inside the box is a scroll of parchment with verses from the Torah inscribed on it. These prayers include an excerpt from one of the most important blessings of Judaism: the Shema Israel (Deuteronomy 6: 4-9, 11: 13-21). The halacha (Jewish law) concerning the mezuzah comes from the Torah, where we read: “And you shall write them on the doorposts (mezuzot) of your house and on your gates” (Deuteronomy 6: 9, 11:20).
Mezuzot are no longer reserved for interiors, as there are also car mezuzah models. A Judaica accessory popular with Jewish communities in Israel and the Diaspora who wish to provide protection when traveling and protect themselves from any risk. These boxes are generally smaller than those reserved for homes and are attached to the dashboard, the door or the rearview mirror. They are available with motifs of Jerusalem, biblical stories about the Hebrew people, major themes of Jewish culture or references to great rabbis.
Discover the range of mezuzahs offered by the site Levudaïca and make your choice.