Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas ...and for my Jewish Friends, a Post for Jew

Hag Same’ah, or Happy Holidays for those gentile folks.

While all your goyim friends are sitting around eating fruit cake and watching the
NORAD Santa tracker online, here's a few websites that will keep you occupied until Purim comes around.


JewTube is a dynamic new community on the web established to serve the interests of people brought together by an interest in Jewish culture. JewTube was founded in 2007 when Jeremy Kossen became frustrated with the absence of a compelling Jewish-oriented video sharing community.


A parody based on Google where you can find the best spots to buy some lox or the random reminder to call your mother.


The original Jewish social network, with tens of thousands of members, photos, groups and events. Jewster is now running as an app within Facebook.


Is a new, free, global, and completely Jewish social networking site. Koolanoo offers every person of the Jewish faith a place to express themselves, build new friendships, announce local events, and grow the Jewish community our community. In fact, Koolanoo means All of Us and that is what we are about.

Jewish Buys

Jewish version of eBay. In addition to Dead Sea cosmetics, kosher wine and chuppah decorations, the Web site contains books of Holocaust propaganda, T-shirts that say “Shalom Motherf—er” and Jewish stars adorned with crosses, courtesy of Jews for Jesus.

Ask Moses

AskMoses.com is a vibrant, innovative online resource offering instant advice from the qualified men, women and Rabbis on our team of expert scholars. These scholars are available 24 hours a day, 6 days a week, and stand ready to address topics ranging from simple questions about Jewish holidays to complex inquiries on personal issues.

Bangitout (Kosher comedy for the circumcised)

Bangitout.com was founded in 2000 by a few friends who were bored at work and had just moved to the Upper West Side as a way to share all of the funny articles, pictures, videos, and links their friends would IM and e-mail each other. Now it’s a lot bigger.

Jerusalem Post

Israel's Best-Selling English Daily and Most-Read English Website

Jewish Virtual Library

The Jewish Virtual Library is the most comprehensive online Jewish encyclopedia in the world, covering everything from anti-Semitism to Zionism. So far, more than 13,000 articles and 6,000 photographs and maps have been integrated into the site.


Jewlicious is one of the most popular Jewish blogs in the world. It often deals with Israel-related topics from a right-wing patriotic stance and sports a retro design.


The Leading Jewish Singles Network and Dating Site utilizing 21st Century Style


Frumster is the most successful Jewish matchmaker. Helps Orthodox Jewish singles find their soul mates, a task that is often long and difficult for many. The premier international Jewish dating service for sincere and marriage-minded singles.


The premier online Jewish matchmaking site! The JMatch Network is made up of a community of over one hundred media partners- this means excellent response rates, and many new members joining by the hour.


JewishCafe.com is a comfortable, relaxed virtual Cafe where Jewish singles meet interesting and interested people in a flourishing Jewish singles community. Whether you're looking for a companion, a date, or a soul mate, JewishCafe.com is the place for you! Warm, romantic, inviting.

Little Green Footballs

Ultra-conservative/right-wing political, anti-terror blog is an award-winning Israel Advocacy website. The #1 site for contributing to Israel's public relations efforts. They gained notoriety when they blew the cover on a Dan Rather report on the CBS show 60 Minutes involving the validity and possible forged
Killian Documents that supposedly included criticisms of Bush's service in the Guard during the 1970s.

Jew School

Jew School is an open revolt. Offering the latest and greatest from the bleeding edge of Jewish cultural and communal life, Jew School’s more than just a weblog. It is an ever-expanding network of websites, projects, and events which promote critical thought and provide engagement opportunities for disenfranchised Jews alienated — and bored to death — by the Jewish mainstream. Jew School represents The New Jew.


The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life provides opportunities for Jewish students at more than 500 colleges and universities to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity through its global network of regional centers, campus Foundations and Hillel student organizations. Hillel is working to provoke a renaissance of Jewish life.


Aish.com has become the world’s largest Jewish content website, logging over 3 million monthly user sessions with 200,000 unique email subscribers, with over 6,000 articles -- on career, dating, parenting, spirituality, Israel events -- offering "wisdom for living" for the modern world. Award-winning.


Chabad-Lubavitch is one of the largest Hasidic sects of Orthodox Judaism and is a philosophy, a movement, and an organization. It is considered to be the most dynamic force in Jewish life today. Chabad.org utilizes internet technology to unite Jews worldwide, empower them with knowledge of their 3,300 year-old tradition and foster within them a deeper connection to Judaism's rituals and faith.

Wikipedia (Jew)

A Wiki encyclopedia on the word Jew covering the culture, ethnic divisions, history, languages, persecution, famous Jews, etc.


Heeb is a very popular Jewish magazine aimed at young intellectual Jews. It is backed financially by Steven Spielberg and Charles Bronfman (Seagram). A lifestyle magazine with cutting-edge satire and left-wing points of view.


An entertainment and media company devoted to helping Jews (and anyone else) find, use, share, and expand meaning and community. With its online site, theatrical productions, and steady diet of exciting events, Jewcy is the premier Jewish media and entertainment outlet for progressive free-thinkers.

Jewish News

Award-winning UK newspaper

Totally Jewish

Everything Jewish for Everyone Jewish, based out of the UK


Sometimes you just want a nice piece of tuchess! Helps Gay Jews find each other and be part of a community. That's it. Trying to find a Jewish man or woman is hard enough. Finding a gay one sometimes seems impossible.

GLBT Jews: Keshet Ga’avah

The World Congress of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and transgender Jews, Keshet Ga’avah consists of more than 50 member organizations worldwide. The World Congress holds both regional and world conferences catering to the interests of lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgender Jews around the world. The Hebrew subtitle Keshet Ga’avah - Rainbow of Pride - emphasizes the importance of Hebrew and of Israel to the World Congress.

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