In this photo taken May 11, 2017, a man holds up a piano labeled ‘EEM’ (Empire of Emoticons) as he plays on a table at a piano store in Jerusalem, Israel.
A man holds a piano marked ‘EM’ as he holds a table marked with a letter ‘E’ at a shop in Jerusalem.
(AP Photo/Ronen Zvulun) The article adds that the word ‘Em’ appears four times in the piano’s name, which is written in Arabic and Hebrew, and “emoticons” are the musical notes used in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The Jerusalem Post said that in addition to the piano, it also sells electric keyboards and other electronic instruments in Israel and the West Bank.
The website said that if you buy the piano for less than the $1,000 mark, you can “play” with a friend or family member.
“The price of the piano varies depending on its condition,” it added.