Audio: Best Israeli Election Jingles & Songs of All Time

Gangnam Style, Na Nach, Rappin' Likudniks, Green Leaf Holocaust Survivors. The crazy, beautiful Israeli politicians.
1/20/2013, 7:42 PM

A7 Radio's "Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast" with Ben Bresky
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Best Israeli Election Jingles & Songs of All Time
A fun and educational romp through the world of election jingles, political commercials and party ads from the 2013 elections and yesteryear. 
Featured, in no particular order:
Ariel Zilber for Baruch Marzel's Hazit Party
Otzma LeYisrael - Eldad & Ben-Ari hip-hop
Likud old school versus new school jingles
SHI 360 
Gangnam Style / Enkin Style
Aryeh Deri "He's Innocent"
The golden voice of Yair Lapid
The golden voice of Rabbi Amnon Yitzhak
Calcala Party sing-song ad
Yitzchak Rabin Labor Party promo from 1992
Rabbi Meir Kahane's Kach Party
Yisrael Beiteinu & Russian pop star Alexander Rosenbaum
Chuck Norris
Donald Trump
Adi Ran
Na Nach - Kulanu Chaverim
old school MAFDAL veruses Bayit Yehudi
Ale Yarok (Green Leaf) & Holocaust Survivors
President Shimon Peres

The views and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of Arutz Sheva, its staff or management. Arutz Sheva - Israel National Radio and Israel National News do not endorse any candidate or party. This programs is not meant to make fun of any party or elected official. It is meant as an exploration of some of the silly, crazy, funny and bizarre ads in the world of Israeli politics. No bias is meant through the omission of any party. The songs were chosen by how cool they were or how dated the sounded, not by political platform.

Ben Bresky is a music journalist and recording engineer living in Jerusalem. He hosts The Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast interviewing a wide range of Jewish and Israeli musicians from Carlebach to klezmer, from hasidic to trance. For full archives visit
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