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General Discussion / Re: Treif KFC To Open In Pre-1967 Israel
« Last post by Binyamin Yisrael on July 12, 2024, 02:47:21 PM »
The only one I went to was in Malcha Mall in Jerusalem which was Mehadrin & has since closed but Pizza Hut which they also own is still open. Obviously I am strictly kosher so I would not enter a restaurant with no hashgacha


I also went to that one. There used to be one near Ben Yehuda Street at the corner of King George and Ben Hillel Streets. I first went there in 1999 and then it closed a few years later due to the bombings in the beginning of the Oslo War. I think it closed around 2003. I would go there a lot when I when I was at Hebrew University from 2001-2002. That was the same time as the Sbarro bombing down the street at King Geroge and Jaffa Streets. The one in Mevaseret Tzion at Kinyon Harel was still open and then they moved it to Kinyon Malcha. I was last there in 2007. There was a glass divider between KFC and Pizza Hut. KFC closed and Pizza Hut moved upstairs. The only other kohser one at the time was in Rechovot. I tried to go there in 2011 but I found out it closed and that they left the country (I think the fakestinian branches opened later.).

I blame the self-hating Jews in Tel Aviv for destroying KFC Israel. Just because the faggots in Tel Aviv don't like non-dairy chicken, they had to mess it up for everyone else. They didn't just mess it up for Israeli Jews but for Jews everywhere. One of the highlights of trips to Israel is going to fast food chains that you can't go to in other countries. The fags in charge just want to make money rather than to fill a need. Why can't the Tel Aviv fags just go to Europe and eat it while they are there?

Burger King also closed because of Burger King Israel bought Burger Ranch and they said Israelis like Burge Ranch better so they turned them all into Burger Ranch. Luckily when it came back, they made kosher ones. But it's not in Jerusalem so you have to stop in Tel Aviv on the way or way back from Jerusalem but luckily you don't have to roam the streets of that zoo because an escalator from Tel Aviv HaShalom Train Station goes directly over the highway into the Azreieli Center. They said Israelis preferred Osem ketchup to Heins which is why they claimed Israelis like Burger Ranch better.

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General Discussion / Re: Treif KFC To Open In Pre-1967 Israel
« Last post by ChabadKahanist on July 12, 2024, 04:38:36 AM »
There were a few Mehadrin ones but then they started to transition to non-dairy coating in the ones in places like Tel Aviv that were open on Shabbat and the self-hating Jews didn't like the non-dairy taste. Kosher keeping Jews wouldn't go to those branches without a hashgacha.

The new "KFC Israel" first opened in Arab towns but later reopened in areas inhabited by self-hating Jews and have more branches than before they closed.
The only one I went to was in Malcha Mall in Jerusalem which was Mehadrin & has since closed but Pizza Hut which they also own is still open. Obviously I am strictly kosher so I would not enter a restaurant with no hashgacha
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General Discussion / Re: Yishai Says What NO ONE else will about Israeli Settlers
« Last post by Betar on July 12, 2024, 01:45:08 AM »
I used to listen to him on Arutz 7. I also met him when he lived in Bet El near Arutz 7.  I saw him do his show live and I also was a guest in his hilltop trailer. I think he lives on the Mount of Olives now.

Yes I believe he is an advocate for the settlements there. He seems like a real good and righteous person, I hope you experienced the same when you met him.
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I had a French teacher in California who returned to France because of some riot or other. 
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I used to listen to him on Arutz 7. I also met him when he lived in Bet El near Arutz 7.  I saw him do his show live and I also was a guest in his hilltop trailer. I think he lives on the Mount of Olives now.

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 :usa+israel:                                                                                                                         :fist:
 
 In a logical, ‘sane’ and sensible world,
 they would not be incarcerated and instead,
 this would, in view of morally justifiable
 retribution be rewarded.
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General Discussion / Re: Yishai Says What NO ONE else will about Israeli Settlers
« Last post by Nachus on July 11, 2024, 07:58:57 PM »
 :usa+israel:                                                                                                                          :fist:

  Of course he is making excellent points regarding
  the ‘settlers’ and how this is all Jewish land and
  it is good that he supports it and more will be
  hopefully inspired by and embrace this perspective.
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General Discussion / Re: Israel's worst enemy: self-hating Jews (JTF video)
« Last post by Nachus on July 11, 2024, 07:49:42 PM »
 :usa+israel:                                                                                                                         :fist:

  Under Bibi Netanyoyo this is the situation.
  With G-d willing Moshe Feiglin as PM, it would
  prove to be an entirely different scenario!
 
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