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The Exodus (in Dance)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hava Nagila! What is it?

 

The Porcelain Unicorn

 

 

 

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 The Holocaust and Hitler's Third Reich  in Hollywood Cartoons

 

Donald Duck: Der Fuehrer's Face  https://youtu.be/bn20oXFrxxg

 

Cubby Bear: https://youtu.be/8Tu1fkiPW1M

 

The Ducktators: https://youtu.be/KsBG34TSJJ4

 

Daffy Duck, The Commando https://youtu.be/xFdG8lZ4PJw

 

Bugs Bunny, Herr Meets Hare: https://youtu.be/2CHGG4grTZA

 

Donald Duck: Commando Duck: https://youtu.be/IWAf3dQxAfQ

 

3 Little Pigs: Blitz Wolf: https://youtu.be/6f8STwtqdeg

 

Popeye: Spinach fer Britain https://youtu.be/c7WYKJaCrg8

 

 

4,000 Years of Jerusalem

 




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Palestinian minister insists New York belongs to the Muslims

 

 

 


 

 



History of the Middle East in a couple of minutes

 

The Weekly Portion of Tanach

 

 

 

      




 

 

 

 

Hitler Finds Out About the Kiddush Club

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Why Jews don't believe that Jesus is the Messiah

YOU SAY YOU WANT CHANGE? 

By Frances Bernay-Cohen

I can't speak for you, but my grandparents came to the United States to find a refuge from "change." They came to The United States where their basic freedoms were guaranteed by the Constitution; where they could build a future on this solid ground.

Whether our forefathers and forI'm sure you will find some truth in this song.

   

 

 

 

 

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Air France flew from the U.S. to Israel during the early 1950s. They flew Lockheed Constellations and the flying time was 20 hours.

This promotional film - in English for an American audience - shows Israel as it was three years after the War of Independence .

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 Paradise Regained, Paradise Lost

By Don Canaan (Commentary)

2018 marks the 36th anniversary of the return of the Sinai by Israel to Egypt--a day of mourning by many of the 2,000 settlers who settled and later were forcibly evacuated by Israeli authorities under the command of Ariel Sharon, from the seaside city of Yamit on the Mediterranean.

Yamit was former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan's dream--a projected seaport and city of 250,000 founded on the Sinai sand dunes overlooking date palm trees and the blue Mediterranean--a populated buffer between the Gaza Strip and Egypt on the other side of the Suez Canal.

Some alternate historians say Moses and the children of Israel passed near the site of Yamit 3,500 years ago as they wandered for 40 years through the Sinai Desert on their way to the proverbial land of milk and honey.

Since April 25, 1982 only the whine of the desert wind weaves its currents through the crevices of destroyed homes, businesses and monument--a memorial to the young men who died during the 1967 Six Day war.

Christians, Jews and Muslims died during three Arab-Israeli wars and battles that took place in the Sinai in 1956, 1967 and 1973--Egyptian and Israeli--young people who fought and died in that desolate, forsaken desert wasteland.

The modern-day chariot carrying Egyptian President Mohammed Anwar al-Sadat hugged the intermittently green coastline of Sinai on its historic mission to Jerusalem. Israelis glancing upward into the clear night sky saw merely a jet banking gently to the northwest.

Official Israeli government policy was that the settlers had to be removed and the army came and forcibly removed the remaining diehard residents. The Jerusalem Post described the scene: Apocalypse had arrived in Yamit and in the dust and noise and destruction one could wander freely. Dozens of bulldozers and giant mobile air hammers were loose in the city like a pack of predatory beasts."

April 25, 20011 marked the 29th anniversary of Israel's withdrawal from Yamit and Sinai and a cold peace between long-term enemies.

That gift of peace silently glided overhead as the Sabbath disappeared and the stars appeared. At 8:01 p.m. Sadat's jetliner landed at Ben-Gurion Airport and the first minutes of a then potential peace came to the Middle East.

Old enemies became new friends. The crowds roared its approval when Sadat shook hands with Moshe Dayan. A person standing nearby, according to the Jerusalem Post, said Sadat told Dayan, "Don't worry Moshe, it will be all right."

The peace treaty between the two nations was signed on March 26, 1979 and on April 25, 1982; the events that had started on a November day at Camp David came to fruition. Sinai was returned to Egypt. Yamit was bulldozed to the ground. But Anwar Sadat did not live to see that day. He had been assassinated seven months before.

 

 

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