How’s your Hebrew? Israeli Opera takes Traviata home

 

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  • Shalom Rackovsky says:

    Great! Hilarious!

  • Speaking of that part of the world, I worry about the Gaza Strip, one of the most densely populated and impoverished places in the world. They only have electricity about half a day, and there are only 100 ventilators for 2 million people. So far, the blockade has kept the virus mostly out, but some cases have been confirmed which could turn into a catastrophe.

    • V.Lind says:

      Wonder how much of a concern that is around here.

    • Violist says:

      May be if Hamas government will stop to build tunnels and rockets, thay can buy 2 million ventilators for each 100 people. What a bullshit you are writing here, why don’t you just give some credit for a very humoristic and positive clip.

    • Violist says:

      May be if Hamas government will stop to build tunnels and rockets, thay can buy 2 million ventilators for each 100 people. What a bullshit you are writing here, why don’t you just give some credit for a very humoristic and positive

    • stanley cohen says:

      Maybe if they spent the billions of dollars they receive from the UN and the EU on their citizens instead of on attack tunnels and arms they’s have what you say they lack.

  • V.Lind says:

    That’s terrific. And it drives home how international this is — these singers have exactly the same obsessions and problems as the rest of us mere mortals from the UK to Canada to Argentina to Australia (but apparently not Austria).

  • Jane Krivine says:

    Loved it. נפלא

  • Denise Kantor says:

    Very funny and fabulously clever lyrics. Thanks so much for sharing Norman – made my day.

  • Carl S Ehrlich says:

    Absolutely brilliant! Thanks for sharing!

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