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    Hamas over-run with embarrassing questions

    Mar 16, 2015 13 Comments
    Hamas’ attempt to woo Europeans and English-speakers using twitter backfired on them before they even had the chance to get it off the ground! What a great opportunity this presents for South African Jewry to tweet questions to #AskHamas and let them know what we in South Africa feel about terrorism towards Israel. Loud and proud! And let your fellow community-members know if and how they answer you. Read some of the shockers they have already had, thousands of them, before they even launched the service!
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    Pesach shopping season starts with a bang

    Mar 16, 2015 Go comment!
    Pesach shopping season kicked off with a bang on Sunday with the 26th annual Torah Academy Pesach Wine Sale. The school fundraiser was, as always, organised by the effervescent Shapsy Chaiton (LEFT) and customers were parked up to four blocks away in every direction, Long Avenue was all but closed for the people milling around and socialising as if it was a park. Thousands and thousands of bottles of Pesachdik wine was sold with many buyers taking more than they could transport.
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    Tickets flew in the R50,000 competition

    Mar 16, 2015 1 Comment
    Tickets to win a whopping R50,000 cash prize in Torah Academy’s Infinity 2015 competition stall at the annual wine sale on Sunday sold like hot cakes.
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    Jews & blacks share love of sheitels

    Mar 16, 2015 1 Comment
    “The time has come to speak plainly about the Jewfro” and her sheitel wrote Jessie Cohen in the Mail & Guardian last week.
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    Bibi-led coalition still Aubrey’s call

    Mar 16, 2015 4 Comments
    Our Israel election Pundit, Cape Town attorney Aubrey Katzeff, is still confident that – despite the polls – Israel will elect a Bibi-led coalition tomorrow. Israeli election results are normally just the beginning of a period of haggling between the parties to choose the coalition that is going to run the country. But the party with the most votes gets first dibs at trying to form that coalition. Read what Aubrey expects tomorrow, why, and where he believes upsets to his predictions could come in...
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