The Weekly Schmooze: Tweeting the Torah

A 'Jpost' column wrapping up the hottest Jewish culture news worldwide: Celebs get swabbed for Ayelet; Matisyahu's Magical Mustache Tour.

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June 2, 2011 14:45
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