Yada, yada, yada: Jerry Seinfeld makes Tel Aviv laughJewish comedian Jerry Seinfeld kicks off his first ever comedy tour in Israel, performing before 11,000 at a Tel Aviv basketball arena.
Watch: Israelis react to ISIS Hebrew threats - with mockeryViral tongue-in-cheek video pokes fun at Hebrew-speaking jihadi warning of ISIS invasion of Israel; 'You guys have knives - we have F-16s.'
Comic Trevor Noah Defends Jewish Jokes that 'Didn't Land'Jon Stewart's replacement says jokes are 'not a true reflection of my character, nor my evolution as a comedian.'
The Price of Anti-Semitism in FranceFrench anti-Semitic comic Dieudonne reportedly had to pay dearly for recent legal battles against ban of his anti-Semitic show.
Anti-Semitic French Comic Announces New ShowDieudonne tries to circumvent ban on show in which he mimes peeing on the Kotel with new show that includes 'tai-chi moves.'
Watch: Dudu Fisher Performs For - and With - Senior CitizensWorld-renowned singer gives special performance at Jerusalem retirement home, interviews with Arutz Sheva.
‘First Female Bedouin Comedian’ a FraudIsraeli paper runs story on Bedouin mother-of-17 who has found a place in comedy, only to find ‘Bedouin’ is Jewish woman.
Comedy for Koby Returns for Tenth RunComedy for Koby brings North American comedians to Israel. Proceeds go to Koby Mandell Foundation, in memory of 13-year-old terror victim.
Standing Up for Israel with Stand Up ComedyArutz Sheva met the participants of a unique tour of soldiarity. "Comedy for Koby" brings comedians to Israel for laughs and support.
Shows by Anti-Semitic French 'Comedian' Cancelled in MontrealFour shows by overtly anti-Semitic French ‘comedian’ Dieudonne have been cancelled following opposition from Jewish groups.
First Kosher Comedy Series Debuts on the InternetNew web comedy series follows the exploits of four heroes on a journey to create a new religious Jewish community away from it all.
New on the Web: The 100% Kosher Religious Comedy GroupUnder-Dos, the 100% kosher religious comedy group, specializes in irreverent sketches on Jewish life, but stays within acceptable limits.