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Elvis’ Deep Fake Rosh Hashanah Song Stirs Excitement

A radio host on Army Radio played the clip as a straight historic item, bringing great shame on the house of (Ya'akov) Bardugo.

Shot Over 20 Years, ‘Kinneret – Sea of Life’ Follows Reed Cat’s Life’s Struggles

Alpert says his goal is "to share his experiences and encounters with the natural world and the amazing creatures that share the land with us."

David Geffen Gifts 480-Seat Auditorium to National Library of Israel

The David Geffen Auditorium is the most prominent philanthropic support for an Israeli cultural institution from Geffen.

Russian Actor Compares Vaccine Policy to the Holocaust

“I woke up in a world where [the vaccine has] become an identification mark,” Beroyev said, brandishing the yellow star on his breast pocket.

The Haggadah About Nothing and Other Jewish American Curiosities

We explored what zany, Jewish American Haggadahs are available on Amazon. We were not disappointed.

Prison Service Cuts Fatah Terrorists’ Cable TV to 10 Channels, Hamas to 5

Im Tirtzu said it was "shameful that terrorists receive lavish benefits that are being paid for by the Israeli taxpayer."

New York Jewish Film Festival 2021 Streaming in the Age of Corona

The festival’s 2021 virtual lineup showcases seventeen features and seven shorts.

Tehran Wax Museum Unveils the Late Slain Hero Qassem Soleimani

Sirus Moqaddam, director of the popular TV series Paytakht (Capital), described his consultation with Soleimani to make the fifth season, whose final episodes revolves around the ISIS terrorists.

New Film Follows Torah Scroll Gifted to UAE Ruler in 2018

“The gesture of dedicating a Torah scroll to an Arab ruler is unimaginable.”

EMT/Magician Saves a Boy’s Life at Own Magic Show

Last week, the boy, Adam, celebrated his own 11th birthday. Aharon surprised him at the birthday party to finish the show that he ended abruptly three-and-a-half months earlier.

Bob Dylan in Unpublished Note: Jews Are Money Lenders and Merchants ‘Cause that’s All...

Streisand, 78, told NBC News on Wednesday: "I'm very flattered to find out that Bob Dylan wrote 'Lay Lady Lay' for me."

Exhibition: Israelis Laugh at their Presidents

The works will be on display for the public at the presidential residence starting Monday night. Reservations are required and, naturally, bring your face mask.

California Appeals Court Sides with Spanish Museum Against Heirs of Holocaust Victim on Pissarro...

Stay tuned, as the heirs of Lilly Cassirer decide whether to take their case to the Supreme Court.

Tel Aviv Municipality Presents: Israel’s First Floating Cinema

The launch of the "sail-in" floating cinema joins a long list of municipal initiatives launched in recent months to support cultural activity in the city.

Say It Ain’t So: Netflix’s ‘Umbrella Academy’ Accused of Anti-Semitism

As one Twitter user put it: "SO, when the show had the handler speaking yiddish, it implies that she’s Jewish, because goyim simply just don’t usually speak it."

In Tel Aviv, the Coronavirus Brings Back Legendary Drive-In Theater

Each screening will welcome a total of 200 vehicles, movie audio will be transmitted in high quality via an FM radio frequency.

ZOA President Mort Klein and Rapper Ice Cube Talk Antisemitism by Phone

“I’m not an anti-Semite. My manager of 25 years is a white Jew,” Klein recalled Ice Cube telling him. “I’ve been to Jewish, pro-Israel events.”

Fired TV Host Nick Cannon Apologizes for Anti-Semitic Diatribe

In the June 30 podcast, Cannon suggested Black people are the “true Hebrews” and expanded on how the Rothschild family is the root of all evil in the world.

‘Blood’ Fountains in Petah Tikva’s Trump Square

It was a protest exhibit against the coming application of Israeli law in the Jewish settlements of Judea and Samaria.
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A&E, Paramount, Defund COPS After 32 Seasons

A&E is covering the unexpected gap in its schedule with "Race and Resolution," in partnership with the NAACP.

Past and Present Jerusalem Merge in Stunning Virtual Exhibition by City of David

“We spent days going through the Library of Congress collection to find high quality photographs whose specific location we could re-capture.”

Jerry Stiller Who Gave Us Frank Costanza, Arthur Spooner, Dead at 92

His wife Anne converted to Judaism six years after the wedding and insisted that she did not convert under pressure from her husband.

Bob Dylan’s ‘The Times They Are A Changing’ on Auction for $2.2 Million

Dylan's handwritten lyrics were acquired from a collector who bought them from the singer's manager years ago.

German Court Rules Anti-Semitic ‘Pig and Jew’ Artwork Stays on Church Façade

A post-Reformation script describing the relief references Luther's suggestion that the Rabbi holding up the sow’s tail is studying the Talmud.
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Pacino to Star in 2020 Amazon Nazi Hunting Series

The series follows "a diverse band of Nazi Hunters living in 1977 New York City."

Israeli Designers Present Fashion Foot Forward for Chanukah

Levi said his themes are usually those that everyone can relate to, "as they are part of life, iconic images we all know."

Kirk Douglas Is 103 – All Hail Spartacus

Douglas celebrated a second Bar-Mitzvah ceremony in 1999, at age 83.

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