The Kardashians Take Tel Aviv

The Kardashians Take Tel Aviv

The Kardashian sisters swear by a different (older) bible.

Madonna's Kabbalah craze is old (Testament) news. Many non-Jews followed in Mo's spiritual steps since she first donned the thin red bracelet years ago, and Hollywood's fascination with the faith of so many famous agents continues to grow.

Of late, Drew Barrymore made her third stab at nuptial bliss with Will Kopelman, who is heir to supporters for the State of Israel. The Kopelman family rabbi officiated, despite Barrymore's gentile roots.

And this week, Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden threw themselves a full-on "Fiddler on the Roof"-inspired wedding, replete with Jewish rituals, though neither of them descend from the tribe.

Now, the three-headed LA-sprung conglomerate known as the Kardashians are buying themselves a slice of the holy land. According to the Times of Israel and Globes, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe are planning to purchase two apartments, coming to the grand total of $30 million, inside an exclusive beachfront Tel Aviv building at 96 Hayarkon.

While the bodacious trifecta have certainly accrued a massive fan base in the U.S., their potential Israeli neighbors are not that enthused by their impending arrival. According to a Zillow survey, Kimye ranked as the second-least desirable celebrity neighbors.

But at least they aren't number one. That crown goes to none other than the Biebs, who despite being on "a spiritual journey" that landed him in a three-hour meeting with a Rabbi in Los Angeles, is also not a Jew. (But we bet his agent is.)

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