Latma Regains Its Magic in Second Week on TVAfter a weak start in its debut breaking the leftist hold on TV satire, Latma's Hakol Shafit brings back some of its classic shine.
Right-Wing Satire Finally Breaks Leftist TV HoldAfter a long wait, cult-classic Latma airs on TV; fans divided on first episode, but one thing for sure is TV satire no longer leftist only.
Right-Wing Satire Latma Finally Will Be on TVFans of the series rejoice as IBA signs contract to put Latma on air in three months, after having reneged on prior promises.
Channel 1 to Sign Contract with 'Latma' SatireBroadcasting Authority heads promise Knesset's Education Committee deal with nationalist satire show will be done in 2 months.
Latma Issues Call for HelpThe nationalist weekly satire has run out of funds and will go offline at the end of the month. Unless…
Latma Satire Star Survives Rock Terror AmbushRonit Avrahamof Shapira was in the car with her husband and babies when terror smashed through the window.
Does ‘Arab Idol’ Hate Israel?‘Arab Idol’ and UNRWA special ambassador praised ‘martyrs’ and called Israel ‘Palestine' - but may not have had a choice.
Pesach Clip: 'I'm an Israeli Soldier'The team at Latma satire presents an in-your-face message for the enemies of Israel and their sympathizers for Pesach.
'Close Every Door' – Dedicated to PollardLatma performs the song sung by the jailed Joseph from "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" – for Jonathan Pollard.
Latma Socks It to 'Googleheimer' Yet AgainNationalist satire airs brilliant takeoff on Peace Now chief that is sure to leave him smarting.
Latma Star's New Album: Touching and PersonalNoam Jacobson, known to many for his appearances on Latma, releases debut album. "It's Israeli music with a very Jewish attitude."
Peace Now Head Upset over Latma SatirePeace Now head says "right wingers" are libeling him "under the guise of a satirical skit."
Video Song: Protect Nobel Prizes from Bloodstains“The Children of Oslo’93” offer bitter advice for Nobel Peace winners to make sure terror victims’’ blood don’t stain their prizes.
NADAV Honors Prof. Dror, Joseph CedarA professor emeritus and a film director are this year's honorees for Jewish global unity at the 2011 NADAV awards.
Video: One Day - Latma's Rosh Hashanah GreetingWatch "One Day," the satirical website Latma's Rosh Hashanah song.
'Love, Freedom, Kill the Jews'The 'Latma' satire crew with another catchy 'Arab' tune, because if you have to live with them, you may as well laugh.
'We Con the World' Gets PrizeIsrael's Media Watch honors group that produced "We Con the World," which mocked Western media's portrayal of terrorists aboard the Mavi Marmara.
Satire: Clueless Obama Gov'tThe latest Latma satirical video gets serious as it attacks the Obama Administration for its “clueless” abandonment of allies.
LatmaTV: Terrorists and RightsLatma, winner of IMW's 2011 Media Criticism Prize, has suicide terrorists joining human rights group, criticizing attempts to investigate funding.
Latma TV: Peace NowLatma's latest video depicts Peace Now's efforts to ensure no new Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria.
Satire: Jihad Bells, Jihad Bells‘Jihad Bells, Jihad all the way” is the chorus of a new Latma satire on the fate of Christians in Muslim countries and the Palestinian Authority.
Satire: Terrorists WesternizeLatma satire video shows what happens - or not - when terrorists meet up with Westernization.
Latma Satire on BibiphobiaLatma's latest satire pokes fun at the fear on the part of the left-wing and the media that Netanyahu might actually be re-elected.
Latma: Congress also is a MosqueThe latest "Latma" satire: Rachel was a Moslem, the UN has decided that the US Congress is a mosque and that Islam began 3,500 years ago.
'Obama's Underwater Fantasy'A Latma political satire's new musical commentary on US pressure on Israel features a mime of Obama: Israel can be safe if it lives under the sea.
Parody: Sukkah Destroys PeaceThe latest parody from Latma shows worldwide outrage over the sukkah built by young Shlomit during freeze.
YouTube Video: Israel ConfusedThe folks who produced “We Con the World” now have come up with “a story ‘bout a country that still doesn’t get what’s going on."
"We Con the World" SuccessorLatma, the satirical group that brought you the wildly-popular “We Con the World,” has struck again, with, "Terror, Terror, That's My Cup of Tea."