In this segment of the Daily Show, Jon Stewart speaks about the difficulty news personalities have when speaking about Israel. We see how supporters from both sides of the conflict blast Jon Stewart when he does not favour their side. Each attack on Jon hilariously sees Jordan Klepper get the last word like “Self-loathing Jew” […]

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Tiny Desk is an NPR radio show that features a quirky collection of artists who perform at a tinydesk in front of a smattering of NPR employees and assorted friends. The show is also recorded and really well musically mastered for rebroadcast on YouTube. This episode features Israeli band A-WA, made up of three sisters […]

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Sasha-Baron Cohen’s Austrian character, Brüno, attempts to gain fame by bringing peace to one of the most complicated conflicts in the world. In Sasha-Baron Cohen style, things head south quickly and hilariously. 

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Jerusalem Day is a day that celebrates the reunification of Jerusalem after the 6-Day war in 1967. Prior to that, Jerusalem was a divided city under Jordan’s control since the aftermath of the War of Independence in 1948 when the Jordanian Army kicked all Jews out of the Jewish Quarter of the Old […]

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3000 years of Jewish history in under 4 minutes! Imagine all kinds of strangers coming into your house, taking it over and leaving a giant mess, until the next group of people pop by… how crazy would that be? Pretty fucking crazy actually. Welcome to the history of the Jews. Oy. Israel Independence day 2017 […]

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Follow Nachlaot fixture Chana Mason through Jerusalem as she sings and slams her way into the depths of doubt that erode our connection to the divine and to our most radiant selves. Note: Observant men who do not wish to hear female vocals should abstain from this slam! You can learn more about Chana at […]

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The premise of this uh… mini-series, is that Jamie and Elie will search for Yiddish language and culture in Tel Aviv. In this episode they find a Yiddish library and cultural center in the deepest bowels of the Tel Aviv Central Bus Station – a white elephant that is one of the biggest bus stations […]

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Yup. The Soup Nazi from Seinfeld visited Israel and did an ad for Pepsi. Larry Thomas, the Emmy nominated actor who portrayed the Soup Nazi on the show, visited 50 legendary Tel Aviv street food joints – because presumably, eating street food makes you thirsty and Pepsi is all about quenching thirst. Or something. Props […]

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The Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival ended last week with an epicly scenic and soulful final prayer at the Tower of David featuring a performance by Shaanan Streett , Saz and special guest, Matisyahu. The Festival features artists from a diverse range of faiths performing spiritually tinged music within the confines of Jerusalem’s Old City, […]

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Aryeh Canter sent us this video. Up until about a week ago, Aryeh was my neighbor. He was a fixture of the neighborhood and it seemed any time I’d step out of my apartment – there was Aryeh with a smile and a greeting. Now he left us to pursue academics in New York and […]

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