Across Israel, Meir Panim responds to the growing needs of the country’s 1.75 million impoverished residents through various food and social service programs.
Posted on: February 11th, 2014Media → Video Picks
Mark Dice argues the sale will serve two goals: pay off the national debt to China, so they can sell it for scrap metal; and prevent a nuclear war, which would surely happen should we not pay off our debt. Isn’t that why we bombed Japan? I mean, ya gotta’ pay your national debts, what’s fair […]
Posted on: February 10th, 2014Media → Video Picks
Jerusalem, a mosaic of different peoples, faiths, and nationalities. Nevertheless, despite this diversity, under the sovereignty of Israel, Jerusalem is a city that works. But has it always been this way?
Posted on: February 9th, 2014Media → Video Picks
Seborga is a small town in the region of Liguria in northwest Italy, near the French border. Administratively, it is a comune of the Italian province of Imperia. The main economic activities are horticulture and tourism. The town is notable for its claim of independence from Italy as the sovereign Principality of Seborga. You see, […]
Posted on: February 7th, 2014Media → Video Picks
You put things differently in a press conference than you do in a fund raiser. This message, from Hamas Interior Minister Fathi Hammad, is for internal consumption: We all have Arab roots and every Palestinian, in Gaza and throughout Palestine, can prove his Arab roots – whether from Saudi Arabia, from Yemen, or anywhere. We […]
Posted on: February 6th, 2014Media → Video Picks
I eat two bananas for breakfast, washing them down with my third cup of coffee of the day. It’s what I do and it works for me, keeps me satiated until 2 PM, when I grab my lunch. Anyway, a while back I noticed that monkeys peel their bananas from the top, rather than from […]
Posted on: February 5th, 2014Media → Video Picks
I never understood why there should be a conflict between Torah and the Theory of Evolution. I never demanded that God be working in a static, unwavering manner, when everything, but everything in the cosmos in moving and jumping and mutating and splitting and slipping and slithering and gushing. Anyone who sees a problem in […]
Posted on: February 4th, 2014Media → Video Picks
I’m not crazy about the fact that this case is being handled by our friends at CAIR, but the attorney being interviewed does mention that forcing a Muslim woman to remove her hijab is exactly like making an Orthodox Jew take off his yarmulke. Discuss.
Posted on: February 3rd, 2014Media → Video Picks
Here’s a talk given last September by Prof. Barry Rubin who passed away this morning. Barry Rubin: How the PLO Adapted Antisemitism as Anti-Zionism.
Posted on: February 2nd, 2014Media → Video Picks
This is the second Indiegogo campaign to help fund Declare Your Freedom. They say they’ve already raised half the money and need your help to raise the rest. This year, they’re pulling out all the stops and holding a spring festival filled with music, speakers, food, and an all out celebration of Israeli culture.
Posted on: January 31st, 2014Media → Video Picks
I’ve been searching the web for points of view for a discussion of the importance of having the office of a Chief Rabbi, and ran into former British PM Gordon Brown’s message to the new Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis. It was well spoken and heartfelt. But then I noticed that the web is packed with […]
Posted on: January 30th, 2014Media → Video Picks
This is what it looked like at the time of its liberation.
Posted on: January 29th, 2014Media → Video Picks
When I was a kid, I thought “What did you learn in school today” was the ultimate in subversion. I was very young. And the version I grew up with was in Hebrew (see below), sung by Benny Amdursky and Israel Gurion. I only learned years later, in the 5th or 6th grade, that Pete […]
Posted on: January 28th, 2014Media → Video Picks
Rabbi Hanoch Teller began his writing career in 1976 when he submitted an article to the The Jewish Observer and Moment magazine about American college students in Kiryat Shmona. He started out writing under the pen name Abba Eidelman. He has also written for the Jewish Women’s Outlook and The Jerusalem Post. His first series of […]
Posted on: January 27th, 2014Media → Video Picks
This video shows the Liberation of the Buchenwald and Dachau Concentration Camps. Watch the German Townspeople who were ordered by the Americans to go to the camps and watch.
Posted on: January 26th, 2014Media → Video Picks
Don’t you hate it when they wrap the products you buy at the hardware store, or the electronics store with those tough security wraps, to make sure you first sustain a major injury before you get to use the product? The kid in this short, smartphone video offers an acceptable solution, although he does not […]
Posted on: January 24th, 2014Media → Video Picks
In some ways, I have to admit I admire this man, and would have said it to his face, if not for the reason that he lives in the village of Dezhgah, outside the city of Farashband in Iran. He is 80 year old man has not taken a bath in 60 years. He smokes […]
Posted on: January 23rd, 2014Media → Video Picks
Could it be that the reason Europe’s economy is in tatters is the lack of encouragement for initiative and risk taking, while the reason America’s economy is in the toilet is because of great encouragement for initiative and risk taking? I know, that’s not a proper introduction for this lavishly illustrated video which offer simple […]
Posted on: January 22nd, 2014Media → Video Picks
To be frank, throughout this video I was waiting for these two teenagers to suddenly douse this poor man with gasoline and light a match. It ended up being a sweet, wholesome gesture, by two very lovely young men – but what can I say, after so many years of mass media entertainment, I couldn’t […]
Posted on: January 21st, 2014Media → Video Picks
Why did Asef Mohamed break into a water treatment plant in New Jersey? It’s a mystery. Did he learn his lesson, having been stuck there overnight? Only time will tell. He did get a free helicopter ride–to the hospital–so that might be an incentive for him to seek entry into other crammed spaces. Now you […]
Posted on: January 20th, 2014Media → Video Picks
Every year the women of Gush Etzion get together to run an annual charity dance show, called Dames of the Dance. For months, night after night, the wives leave the house to practice together for their women-only shows that attract thousands of theater-goers, dance enthusiasts and bored housewives from all across Israel. But what about […]
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