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My groovy, let's-all-make-aliyah theme song that describes the various major redemption moments of the past century.
Although they mean well, these three words are like a knife digging deeper into my heart.
His thinking on Iran, Palestinians and reaching a peace deal.
Like Solomon Northup, Esther could not reveal her true identity.
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Keeping these facts in mind will help prevent people from falling for Arab propaganda.
Where is our shame?
Our eldest son is acting out in strange ways. Is this a passing phase or a cry for help?
What kind of memories do we want our children to have?
Sometimes it is through the darkness that we can bring out our greatest light.
Exploring the mystical underpinnings of this misunderstood concept.
How to tap into your real core strength.
It took a young girl from Pakistan to help me identify the incredible courage women possess today.
Including Bourbon Pecan Pie and my favorite hamantaschen recipe.
It’s Purim time, is everyone happy? If not, try these tools with your kids.
7 tips on how to really thrive while being single.
A few thoughts on how to better navigate the dating scene.
Are you ready for the challenge?
Purim teaches us to appreciate the world's awesome beauty, amidst so much chaos and horror.
Defining faith, belief and knowledge.
Delve into some mind-boggling concepts in this exploration of the Jewish definition of God.
Practical and relevant insights on the weekly parsha.
Advanced-level midrashic and Kabbalistic illuminations on the weekly parsha.
Lessons, stories and discussion questions for parents and kids.
An in-depth video series exploring Esther’s true role in the Purim story.
This Purim, do not drink and drive.
Watch the Purim story come alive.
Amazing infographic to SHARE with your friends and family about Judaism's most fun holiday.
Sean Penn helped rescue businessman Jacob Ostreicher from Bolivia. Let’s thanks Penn and these other lesser known heroes.
An anti-Israel group is advancing a conspiracy theory that Jews control the Internet. If true, the Internet would look something like this…
How do we know our limits if we don't try to push past them?
Purim and your unique role in life.
A big picture overview capturing the meaning and joy of the holiday.
The only failure is not trying.
February 21, 2010
December 12, 2012 12:45 AM
Real to Life
Except for the terrible accent, this is actually pretty real to life in Israel. you got to laugh.
August 30, 2010 8:06 PM
the guy in the middle with the blonde hair is the coach in the movie cool runnings
March 6, 2010 2:43 AM
Love the video! I used to watch these guys on Saturday Night Live..."back in the day!"
February 25, 2010 6:47 AM
Climbing the mountain of the glassed ceiling career...
When you finally punch through, you're in like flint, temporary, but there nevertheless!!! Learn to thrive on hate, not unlike a comedian, but, BE totally , seriously, you. If you can't abide being you, who's going to be you? For you...
February 25, 2010 2:01 AM
You may not like it or think it is stupid, but it is not anti-Semitic. Yes, it is exploiting a stereotype, but in no way is it anti-Jewish just because it makes fun of Jews. Silly people. Anyway, this if funny and I suppose none of you are Israeli because they would be laughing. That is what makes them unique. They can laugh at stupidity.
February 24, 2010 11:43 AM
Come on! Lighten up a little!
Some folks see real humor in this, some don´t. I think such a skit written and performed by Jews is very funny. They spoof some of the Goyish stereotypes, and with a winking eye, see a little humorous truth. Even black comedians do skits that make fun of eccentric things some of their own people say and do. As long as this wasn´t put out by anti-semites, just enjoy it. No offense is intended, and none should be taken! You ought to see some of the skits that German/Turkish comedians do, poking fun at themselves.
February 23, 2010 5:06 PM
If only it ere not TRUE!!
I live in Israel and this is a very funny skit. If some one is too sensitive to watch this skit they wouldn't last a day in Israel Most Israeli's agree they are generally rude and pushy. If nothing else let the people who have to live with their behaviour lagh a little!
February 23, 2010 1:55 AM
WHAT WERE YOU THINKING?
Agreed, NOT funny, doesn't even make sense
February 22, 2010 9:00 PM
well, i live here in Israel with sabras
And I don't dig this. It's pretty stupid, and not worthy of presentation. It is not funny.
Anyway, happy Purim.
February 22, 2010 3:54 PM
Verrrrry Not Funny, Antisemitic, Disgusting
As a Holocaust survivor, I am deeply hurt and shocked that a Jewish site would show Antisemitic material perpetuating negative stereotypes. Why not just post a link to one of the many anti Jewish hate sites while you're at it?
February 21, 2010 8:46 PM
pRICE IS RIGHT
STUPID AND INSULTING AND DISGUSTING.
February 21, 2010 6:39 PM
Hostile External Pressures
Although Israeli Sabras naturally have a sweet, mushy inside, years of external pressures, and being forced to survive on their guts and instincts, make their exterior prickly and aggressive. They are a product of their experiences and environment
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