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Is ‘World War Z’ A Pro-Israel Film? Movie-Goers in the Gulf Region Share Talmudic Views

Paramount Pictures’ World War Z movie, starring Brad Pitt, imagined that the world was overrun by zombies and that Israel, one of the few countries that knew they were coming, built a wall around itself to prevent zombies from invading. Gulf News has a fairly balanced report about a new zombie movie. Pro-Israel? Some say yes, some say […]

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Personal Shoa-era Items put on Display

Dozens of meters in the bowels of the earth, under the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum, is one of the most important collections of the Jewish people. Some 150 million papers documenting the horrible disaster, item by item, through pictures and testimonies. This work is far from being completed. In the past two years, the […]

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Saw You On Frum Satire

Every once in a while I get back into shidduchim, I thought of a great idea to set up two people the other day and I went through the motions. This involved pictures, details into their lives an all that stuff that people could have just gotten out of the way by going out for […]

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Friday Social Media BliNtz (Week 1)

Welcome to the Friday Social Media BliNtz- it’s like a media blitz, but tastier. Here, on a virtual silver platter, are some current event noshes you might enjoy. A Hillary We Can Believe In (The Daily Beast) Author Andrew Sullivan shares a few choice quotes from “the people” in regards to their changing (evolving?) perceptions of […]

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Estonian Gas Company Uses Auschwitz Image in Ad

An Estonian gas company used a photo of Auschwitz to advertise their products. The website of the Estonian company GasTerm Eesti on Aug. 23 published a photograph of the front gate of the Nazi camp Auschwitz with the famous inscription “Arbeit macht frei,” or work makes you free. The caption of the photo read: “Gas […]

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Team Israel – My Other Olympic Lover

“The Olympics are coming,” my television set screamed at me. Everywhere I looked, I saw advertisements for sporting drinks, articles commenting on athletes, and friends from London updating their Facebook status with pictures of London 2012 ticket stubs. Without delay, I began looking up profiles of all the Israeli athletes that were competing. I am […]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 33 - June 6, 2012

One of the oldest operating synagogues in California the Wilshire Boulevard Synagogue, is set to receive a Hollywood makeover after a 10 pound piece of plaster fell from the ceiling which damaged the building. The congregants, whom many are Hollywood executives, have helped spearhead a $150 million renovation, which is set to be completed in […]

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Matisyahu Posts Pictures of Himself Without a Kippah

Matisyahu has a couple pictures of him in his Vanilla Ice hair looking slick sans peyos and yarmulke (kippah). I really hope he stays frum, not because I think it’s right for him, but because I really don’t want to deal with all the frummies saying “I told you so” when it comes to people […]

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Bringing Torah To Life: Making Pesach Meaningful #15-Part III

The last topic to discuss with middle grade kids is the plagues. Show them the pictures in the Hagadah. Talk to them about what happened and help them visualize it in their minds. Emphasize the concept of midah kneged midah (Hashem repays a person according to his conduct). When you get to makkat bechorot point […]

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Philadelphia Synagogue Depicts Spirituality Through Modern Architecture

Situated in a quiet suburb north of Philadelphia is Beth Sholom - the only synagogue designed by Frank Lloyd Wright during the architect’s long and storied career. The building marks an epilogue of sorts: Wright designed the synagogue near the end of his life and died only months before its dedication in 1959. “Wright was […]

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Students Fascinated on Tour of JEM Headquarters

Cheder at the Ohel students had the pleasure to be one of only three children’s groups ever to tour Jewish Educational Media! Director of JEM, Rabbi Elkanah Shmotkin who has two sons leaning at Cheder at the Ohel, was the tour guide. The students were truly fascinated by all the media equipment. They saw rooms […]

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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 10 December 28, 2011

1,500 Jews attended a candle-lighting ceremony at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate, to commemorate the first of eight nights of Hanukkah, according to the Chabad Movement they stood together singing the Hanukkah hymn “Maoz Tzur”, the Jewish residents, tourists and VIPs of Berlin celebrated the victory of light over darkness in a country that, tried to annihilate […]

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Help find 1,100 Holocaust kids

On the one hand, new technology and social networks. On the other hand, a disappearing generation of Holocaust survivors. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is using technology in a race against time, with the aim of identifying and locating 1,100 orphaned babies and children and others separated from their families during the Holocaust. For […]

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Red Canyon

Red Canyon, one of the most captivating forms of nature, which is located in Eilat,Israel, is said to be a famous spot where visitors, both locals and foreigners visit the place, to experience nature at its finest. People who are passionate about photography are highly recommended to visit the place, to capture its enthralling beauty. […]

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Jerusalem women challenge ultra-Orthodox ban on ‘immodest’ posters

On Tuesday, six women met in Jerusalem to be photographed so their pictures can be hung from balconies throughout the city, beginning Wednesday, to counteract what appears to be the attempt to keep women out of advertising in the capital. A group that calls itself Yerushalmim (“Jerusalemites” ) and focuses on issues of pluralism is […]

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The Well House at Netanya Heritage Center

The Well House at Netanya Heritage Center was established to honor the contributions and hard work of the pioneers of the colony, especially on the years 1928-48. In the Heritage Center, one could view films associated with the main topic. Other than that, they also present another film dedicated to the furtive immigration to Israel […]

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Leiby Kletzky

May Leiby Kletzky’s neshama have an aliyah – my hair stands on end, I have chills and I am deeply saddened by the news of this shocking and gruesome murder of an innocent little boy in Brooklyn. My heart goes out to the family of Leiby Kletzky. Vos Iz Neias has some pictures of the […]

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Secret Service Probing Brooklyn Art Spy Camera Project

The U.S. Secret Service is investigating a Brooklyn media artist who reportedly installed a custom app on computers in an Apple store that automatically took pictures of people staring at the screen and displayed the images on other computers. A Secret Service spokesman would not comment Thursday, saying the investigation is ongoing. On the artist’s […]

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Top 50 things to do in Israel

1.) Western Wailing Wall Western Wailing Wall is situated at the foot of the western side of the temple of mount in the old city of Jerusalem. Considered as the most holiest place for Jews wherein thousands of Jewish worshiper believes that the presence of God’s spirit is always in the holy temple for thousands of years. 2.) Old City of Jerusalem […]

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Is Congressman Anthony Weiner Jewish?

Yes, Anthony Weiner is a Jew. He was brought up in Park Slope Brooklyn. He is involved in a weird public scandal which has generated utterly unusual commentary and articles like these: New Yorker Of Course I Take Pictures of My Penis and Send Them to People Posted by John Kenney Read More: @ tzvee.blogspot.com

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Independence Hall Museum

Independence Hall Museum, Israel

Independence Hall Museum stood firm and steadfast in the historic Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, Israel. This hall symbolizes the unwavering and unbendable faith and strength of Israel under years of tyranny, persecution and sufferings. In this very hall, in May 14, 1948, Friday at exactly 4 pm, the first Israeli Prime Minister Ben-Gurion declared the […]

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Top 50 things to do in Jerusalem

1.) Church of the Holy Sepulchre The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is also called as the Church of the Resurrection to Eastern Orthodox Christians, located in the Old city of Jerusalem, far famed as the Christians holiest site and has been an significant pilgrimage since the 4th century. A monumental landmark respected as the Golgotha or […]

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Real Jerusalem Streets: Israeli Apartheid Rebutted in 24,000 Words

The Real Jerusalem Streets blog has effectively rebutted the accusations of Israeli Apartheid in a 24,000 word blog post, i.e., 24 pictures (each worth 1000 words) showing Arabs freely moving about and doing their business on the Jerusalem streets. Bravo. Yes, of course, this is not a deep investigation into the charges of apartheid. No […]

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Best Supporting Tummler of the Year

They’re handing out the Oscars this weekend. Hollywood may be in the city of Angels, but when some movie people are jealous or skeptical of other people’s projects, they have a devil of a time keeping a straight face. It has happened a lot with motion pictures that many people might put in the ‘Jewish […]

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My frum-porn arrived in the mail

It’s a magazine with shiny pages and vibrant picture.  And it’s total frummy-porn goodness.  But there’s no skin, and hardly any pictures of people.  Confused?  It’s the Annual Shnorah Chinese Raffle Catalog. Porn for frummies.  Beautiful images of highly desirable, but largely unattainable objects of desire that are stapled into a simple magazine meant to tease me […]

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The Best Entertainers on Earth

This blog post is a contribution by Cobby, an occasional Writer of Blogs/articles on various websites regarding Entertainment. Jewish people might be out numbered by people belonging to other religion but they can’t be outnumbered by the contribution towards countless fields that we live in. Whether its in the line of  science, literature, medicine, and […]

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Beggars kicked out of Western Wall

The Western Wall Heritage Foundation and Israel Police have decided to make the fight against beggars more efficient and distributed pictures of all the people forbidden entry to the site after asking for donations. Read More: @ ynetnews.com

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Frum Jewish Porn Titles

I know many of you think that frum and porn in the same sentence are impossible, but hear me out. It’s only natural for people to enjoy pornographic videos of their own kind. I am not condoning porn, it’s assur and I would never encourage anyone to watch porn. I have never watched porn – […]

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Kosher Food Online – The Internet May be Your Best Grocery Store

For thousands of years people have been eating and preparing kosher food.  For the first several thousand years it remained the same and even twenty years ago to eat kosher you had two choices.  You either needed to live in a large metropolitan area with a large Jewish population or take on full responsibility for […]

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Bar Mitzvah Photographer – How to Hire the Best

Many families consider a child’s Bar Mitzvah the most important day in his life. Because of this, it is extremely important to hire a professional photographer for the day. A Bar Mitzvah photographer will be able to spend their entire day capturing those special moments you will want to cherish for a lifetime. You could […]

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