Tom Friedman’s love song to self and we opened a new bank account

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This week on the Tribal Update, the television on Internet news satire program brought to you by Latma, the Hebrew-language media satire site I run, we bring you a special guest who will sing to you in English.

 

The great Tom Friedman from the New York Times visited our studios this week to croon to our audience about his brilliance and profundity.

 

We also feature the Egyptian Minister of Conspiracy Theories Halil Majnoun who discusses the arrest of Israeli-American Ilan Grapel in Cairo on trumped up espionage charges.
Tomorrow I will add the Friedman clip separately. In the meantime, enjoy the show.

 

 

 

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UPDATE:

 

As I have mentioned, we formed a non-profit organization in Israel to accept donations from outside the United States. Last week we opened a bank account for our group, the Zionist Incubator.
Here is the information you need to wire contributions to the Zionist Incubator for Latma.
Bank Name: Israel Discount Bank Ltd.
Branch Number: 510
Branch Name: Mevasseret Zion
BIC Code: IDBLILITXXX
Account Number (IBAN 23 digits): IL94-0115-1000-0010-4351-154
Beneficiary’s Name: Zionist Incubator

 

In addition to our bank account, we opened a PayPal account. I will get our account information to you on Sunday.

 

Thanks again for your support for Latma and its important work in developing a public discourse in Israel that is relevant to the challenges facing our country.

 

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