satire

My Word: What’s happened to Winnie-the-Pooh and the world

The Frake-Waterfield version could be called (or spelled) Winnie-the-S**t. The bear who is always “rumbly” in his “tumbly,” is causing a very different type of stomach ache.

First Israeli Comedy Festival celebrates satirist Ephraim Kishon

The festival, initiated by the Incubator Theater and members of the Kishon family, is due to run at seven venues across Jerusalem from August 21-27.

20/08/2022

Joshua Cohen takes on ‘The Netanyahus’ in Pulitzer-winning work

The Pulitzer Prize-winning American writer is one of the big names at this year’s Writers Festival.

14/05/2022

Joshua Cohen’s satirical novel ‘The Netanyahus’ wins Pulitzer Prize for fiction

Reviews were largely positive for the novel; The Guardian called it “a comic historical fantasia."

By ANDREW SILOW-CARROLL / JTA
10/05/2022

Jewish Teaneck, NJ paper apologizes for joke on IDF shooting Palestinians

The article in question played on the term "shot" also being used for the COVID-19 vaccine, and was published as part of the Purim satire section.

Satirical video of 'stranded Trump supporter' goes viral

President Trump's niece Mary Trump tweeted about comedian Blaire Erskine's viral video where she portrayed a Trump supporter waiting for busses in the cold after a Trump rally.

30/10/2020

Borat is back, and fits right into today’s chaos

Borat is back and not a moment too soon.

Demonstrators protest against Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu outside Prime Minister offic

Gaza comedian creates a satirical video against Netanyahu in Hebrew

The video clip addresses various issues on the Israeli agenda, including Netanyahu's legal situation, the weekly Balfour protests directed against him, and his policy against Hamas.

The Swedish flag is seen at Gamla Stan, the Old City of Stockholm, Sweden, May 7, 2017.

Swedish police seize books criticizing Sweden's collaboration with Nazis

The entire stock of 'This is a Swedish Tiger' was seized in a dawn raid of the publisher's offices.

Illustration of  voting notes in the Israeli general elections on March 02, 2020.

Israel to hold elections every five months

JROAST Purim Spoof: . “I’m happy to stay interim prime minister forever, and the people will be fine with it too!"

By LOVE HARKOV
09/03/2020
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