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Tuesday, 13 November 2012

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Joshua Waxman

these are secular Israelis, dressed up as yeshiva boys.

see here:
http://www.jewishhumorcentral.com/2011/09/outreach-veteran-aishcom-teams-with.html

"Breakdancing has become popular in Israel over the last few years. Dvir Rozen has been a major influence on this pop culture phenomenon, by directing the Israel Breakdancing Association, and starting his own company, Street Art Productions. Recently, his crew performed a breakdance version of West Side Story at the Zoa Theater in Tel Aviv.

With Rosh Hashanah only 16 days away, Rozen and his company have collaborated with the veteran outreach organization, Aish Hatorah, to produce a rousing Rosh Hashanah breakdance greeting."

Robdaving1

these are not yeshiva bochurim, they are paid dancers dressed in black and white

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