Please go here for Victoria Jackson's take on the figure below.
All I can say is this shot is really CREEPY!
Emanuel's first name, Rahm (רם) means high or lofty (He seems to be high a lot!) in Hebrew, and is the namesake of one Rahamim (surname unknown), which means mercy in Hebrew.
The surname Emanuel (עמנואל), adopted by the family in honor of his father's brother Emanuel Auerbach, killed in Arab-Jewish fighting in Jerusalem, means God is with us. Sources conflict as to whether the family changed its name from Auerbach in 1933 or 1938.