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February 10, 2009

From Aunt Ziona a spoof zionist web site

Tuesday, 10 February 2009


Oy, now that the voters in Isroel have realised it is not really Jewish to be left, our ratalachs are patroling all over the land to make sure that there are no remaining farblongjid leftniks.

Nu shoin, the Left is for luftmenschen. We do not like to share. We much prefer to take and take, and never to give back.

But look at our beautiful sons of Yisrael with their lichticheh punims, Bibi’le, Avigdor’le and Barak’le. This is what Auntie calls a bunch of proper glat Kosher butchers.

When they are on patrol together, I can feel in my kishkas that our corridor for Yiddishe redemption is just around the corner.

United Against the Left

Farblongjid (far-blunge-jed) – completely lost and confused, either in one’s head or on the ground. “God forbid you should ask for directions! Now we’re completely farblongjid!”
Glat – smooth, flawless, the way it’s done in kosher abbattoirs.
Kishka – guts, intestines. “I was so upset, I was eating my kishkas out!”
Lichticheh punims (lich-tich-eh) literally, “lit up.” Happy, shining, radiant, beaming. A big smiling face is a lichticheh punim.
Luftmensch – an “air man”, a space cadet, someone with their head in the clouds, someone who dreams big but never acts.

Posted by Auntie Ziona at 1:29 PM

Everything that has a Beginning has an End

by edna spennato



L’Oreal: Makeup for Israeli Apartheid!

Posted by OPGAI on Tue, 12/23/2008 – 08:40


23 December 2008 – In this holiday season, the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee, BNC*, calls upon people of conscience all over the world to boycott all the products of the French cosmetics giant, L’Oreal**, due to its deep and extensive involvement in business relations with Israel, despite the latter’s continued occupation and apartheid policies against the indigenous Palestinian people.

L’Oreal’s operations in Israel began in the mid-1990s, motivated in part by political considerations. Since then, L’Oreal Israel, the company’s subsidiary in Israel, has operated a factory in the Israeli town of Migdal Ha’emek in the Lower Galilee. The settlement of Migdal Ha’emek was established in 1952 on lands belonging to the ethnically-cleansed Palestinian village of al-Mujaydil, whose original inhabitants are still denied the right to return to their homes.

Like almost all other Jewish settlements built in the midst of Palestinian villages in the Galilee, inside Israel, Migdal Ha’emek discriminates against Palestinian citizens of Israel, denying them the right to buy, rent or live on any part of the town, simply because they are “non Jews.”


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