Friday, March 14, 2014

Funny Peace Now Video - "It's Fun to be Rightwing"

I have not seen a version with English subtitles yet, so if you don't know Hebrew you just have to believe me that this video is quite funny. Unless, of course, you don't share my and the video's makers'  view on the political reality in Israel today. The 'actors' in the video are all leftwing members of the Knesset, Peace Now activists, or other outspoken supporters of that organization's agenda.

New Peace Now Video - "Why We Struggle For Peace"

While I was looking for a new, in my opinion quite funny, Peace Now video in Hebrew that I saw (and shared on my Facebook page) this morning, I came across this video in English, which PN has produced recently. You probably won't be surprised to read that I subscribe to its message.

Appels en peren

Je moet wel gek en historisch onnozel zijn om Geert W. met Adolf H. te vergelijken. Toch jammer dat die volksmenner/gladjanus/begaafde politicus en vrijwel zeker toekomstige bewindsman dan wel regeringssteunpilaar zulke goede maatjes is met een partij die er haar hand niet voor omdraait om een of meerdere Holocaustontkenners op haar lijst te zetten. En maar blijven beweren dat de PVV zo Joden/Israel-vriendelijk is. Zeg me wie uw vrienden zijn...

Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Purim Basket Giveaway (Oh Nuts!)

Dear DBI visitors,

The nice people of Oh Nuts! have once again given me the opportunity to host a Purim Basket Giveaway. This allows you to win an Oh Nuts! Purim Basket.

There are 3 different ways to enter:

1)  DBI: Go to the Oh Nuts! Purim Basket Gift page. Choose your favorite Purim Gift and leave a comment with this DBI posting with the name and the URL of the gift that you love the most.

2)  Facebook: You can go to the Oh Nuts! Facebook page, become a fan, and post on the wall the name and URL of your favorite Purim Gift Basket. Don't forget to mention that you got there through Dutchblog Israel.

3) Twitter: Follow @ohnuts and Tweet "Win a Purim Basket from Follow @ohnuts and RT to Enter Daily".

Good luck, and Hag Purim Sameah!