Afterwards the press was filled with reports of how she had handed Olmert a letter requesting that Israel fight to free Jonathan Pollard, but I didn't notice anything about her choice of jewelry. In the print edition of The Jerusalem Post, I noticed her bracelets, orange* bracelets. This extremely precocious young woman has a good grasp of present-day Israel, besides knowing the Bible better than her peers and better than most adults. Remember that it takes a very knowledgeable committee to make up the questions in the contest, but each contestant must be able to answer the questions without assistance.
*Orange is the protest color against Disengagement. You may find it strange that the previous sentence is written in present tense, although Disengagement already happened.
Before Disengagement you could see orange flags and orange bracelets and orange clothes all over. I still wear an orange bracelet, rather dingy after all this time. My favorite summer skirt has big, bright orange flowers. I bought it to wear when I spoke at an anti-Disengagement Rally in Times Square, NY.
Israel is still suffering the price of Disengagement, not only the law-abiding Israeli families whose homes were taken from them. The Israeli south is suffering a blitz of kassam rocket attacks launched by the Arab terrorists from what was Gush Katif. The Arab produced rockets may be "primitive," but they kill and destroy very effectively.
Tzurit Berenson, the same young girl who impressed all by her superior knowledge of the Bible also understands that we need our HolyLand. I can see it in her choice of jewelry.