Another Matzah Groove

Yet another Passover-based animation, this time from the good folks at Jib Jab – thanks to BibleKing18 for the heads up. It’s pretty funny though a tad racy at times. Those of you with delicate sensibilities have been warned! For those of you who enjoy sacrilege, click here!

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Founder and Publisher of Jewlicious, David Abitbol lives in Jerusalem with his wife, newborn daughter and toddler son. Blogging as "ck" he's been blocked on twitter by the right and the left, so he's doing something right.


  • ck, was it you that posted the rant against jewish outreachers always using the fallback of african-american/hip-hop aesthetics to ply their wares? because i’ll tell ya, every decent Flash Pesach movie this year (with the exception of the 60-second Haggada has done it, and it just… i just feel like it’s over. rrra. whoever said (perhaps it was mobius) that jewish art needs to stop being about outreach had a freakin’ good point.
    happy hag!

  • Chazarmaveth,

    Excellent point.

    I like the whole “hip to be square”/”Tragically Hip” vibe that Jews embody. I like being more like Woody and less like Chuck D. Nerds are cool. Or at least were cool during the Dot Com madness.

  • Well, I grew up with Woody Allen as my model of a successful Jewish male, and while I still think he’s a brilliant pedophile – ahem, auteur – I wouldn’t have minded a little Smooth-E to balance Woody out.

    It’s not like there’s a shortage of nerdy Jewish icons.

    Besides, hip hop is a global phenomenon. It may have originated in the African-American community, but it isn’t owned by any one culture or nationality anymore.