Fun Purim Music Video

Gad Elbaz, Naftali Kalfa and Ari Lesser put together a great music video for Purim that will have you dancing!

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Netzach Yehudah Unit Completes Advanced Training

A small movie that shares some of the big moments of Netzach Yehudah Unit's advanced training.

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UNbelievable!

From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, the U.N. always seem to bury any chances for significant global progress behind mounds of useless resolutions, and empty rhetoric. 

Watch this hard hitting, entertaining video that discusses who's behind the "United" Nations, and setting the global example of "human rights" and "security".

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Asia looks to Israel for dairy farming technology

Israeli technology is revolutionising dairy farming and Asia is one of the biggest beneficiaries.

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Hassidic Gat Brothers Singing Simon & Garfunkel

 On the Israeli equivalent of American Idol, these two Breslov Hassidic Brothers play an amazing version of Sounds of Silence. You won't believe your eyes.

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The Hareidi Religious Soldiers IDF Unit

The Hareidi Religious Soldiers IDF Unit

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How the NYTimes Whitewashed The Holocaust

This amazing high school girl did the most chilling, powerful and convincing documentary of how the NYTimes reported but played down the horrors of the holocaust. A must 10-minute watch. Any parallels to what is happening in the media today? Comment below!

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To Shoot Or Not To Shoot? Moral Dilemmas Faced By IDF Soldiers

This is a chilling video. If your son was the IDF soldier in the video, what orders would you want him to receive? Sign into this site to comment below.

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Canadian Employment Minister Defends Israel Better Than Israel

Jason Kenney speaks some common sense. 

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Israel Re-Engineering Fruit?

The Pitaya fruit originated in the jungles of Mexico, and was brought to Vietnam by the French at the beginning of the 20th century. They have developed it into an agricultural breed named “Dragon Fruit.

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