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The "Settlement Freeze" may be over, but the media bias isn't.

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Reporter: Simon Shocket
David: Rashi Rosenzweig
Achmed: Or Moshiach

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Visitor Comments: 37

(34) yamim, May 24, 2012 9:47 PM

soooooooo funny

awesomely funny

(33) richard, January 1, 2012 2:11 PM

Who are the REAL evildoers?

It may be interesting to note that the blessing we all say to pray for the downfall of Resho'im (evildoers) starts with "Velamalshinim" which is: For the slanderers let there be no hope. It is those who slander the Jewish people and cast aspersions on our integrity, good intentions and activities, that others are ignited in hatred towards us. Yes, it is the poisonous media that are the main culprits in causing so much harm in the world. Unplug the BBC and the world might be a better place!

Anonymous, August 19, 2014 8:50 PM

The meaning of "malshinim"

The meaning of "malshinim" is actually "informers." You see, the followers of Jesus used to inform the Roman authorities regarding the Jewish guerrilla fighters who were attempting to drive out the foreign invaders so that they could recover their Jewish homeland and not be required to tolerate the pagan teachings of the barbaric aliens. The informers did this so that the Romans would not retaliate against them the way they used to punish the Jews for opposing their rule. Thus, I believe it was Rabbi Shmuel HaKatan who added this nineteenth paragraph to the prayer known as the Shmoneh Esreh or Eighteen Benedictions which contained the word "malshinim." This prayer caused an uproar among worshippers who were followers of Jesus. If one of them was leading the prayer service he would skip that oration. Sometimes a riot would break out among the worshippers. This brought about the actual split between Jesus's followers and the Jewish nation. The Christians then began to pray in their own places of worship and established the Christian faith. This occurred about one hundred years after the birth of the Christian God. Jesus himself, was not a Christian. He lived and died as a liberal somewhat controversial Jew. If he were around today, he would probably pray in a Reform synagogue.

(32) Michael Brenner, January 8, 2011 7:37 PM

I would like to participate in writing and appearing in your videos. I share them with all my friends. I am a strong suppoter of Israel. Please let me know. Thank you, Michael Brenner

(31) Terry Markovits, November 8, 2010 2:32 AM

Soooooooo.....Funny !

Libral media bias..sooooooo....funny. Truly a mindset of ignorance..... Be well-be safe and face REALITY.

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