Monday, March 9, 2015

Not Your Usual Page of Gemara

Remaining in the Purim spirit, below is a fictitious page of Gemara that I just received. If you're up on all the intricacies of Israeli politics, and you know how to read a page of Gemara, you'll love it. (If, on the other hand, you prefer to read the latest updates from The Biblical Museum of Natural History, sign up for our newsletter at or using the form below - the first issue will be going out today!)

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  1. "Anonymous" (Therefore, Not Anonymous)March 9, 2015 at 8:38 AM

    Is there a way of magnifying this? Thanks!

    1. right-click -> open image in new tab -> click on it.

  2. HaOmer Davar BeShem Omro - it was published by Chodesh Tov in Ra'anana (, written by Doron Chitiz and a friend (whose name escapes me). They do this every year, this is one of their best.

  3. definitely a thing of beauty!
    M. Singer


    .....can we discuss this?

  5. Why do I find this easier to understand than regular Gemara, even though I don't know Israeli politics well.?

  6. Does anyone have the Artscroll translation of this???

  7. Absolutely hilarious. I was cracking up out loud.


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