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Sunday, November 12, 2006
Through an unplanned and unexpected turn of events, a disguised JoeSettler (and family) went and visited the offices and studios of Arutz-7 this evening (which someone had left accidentally open, unlocked, and mostly unattended – which made the whole outing possible).

(Please note the previous comment in parenthesis is humor- I was on a private tour and the doors were opened wide for us, and the staff was all there to greet us. I received some very concerned emails from people that I gave away state secrets. Not to worry. Besides, no one is going to find the studio anyway through all those one-way steets.)

Here are some photographs from inside this secret location.

To begin with, outside the building are prominent signs explaining that the studio broadcasts over the internet only and not the radio – for obvious reasons (not that one should assume the cops can read).

Inside, as you walk in is a letter from one very prominent Leftist to another very prominent Leftist, demanding the government immediately stop funding Bar-Ilan University as they advertise on the Arutz-7 website and internet show – which in his eyes must be completely illegal to do (unbelievable!) .

Next we see JoeSettler Jr. hosting a show when a surprised local technician walked in on him right in the middle of a live broadcast (didn’t he see the red light was on outside the room?)

And talk about an ipodcasting studio!


Anonymous said...

So you were the one who gave all that straight talk about our 'cousins.'

JoeSettler said...

Martin: You may not have been in the country long enough to know the old Israeli joke I was referring to.

Why do (Israeli) cops travel in pairs?
One to read, and one to write.

daat y: No. That was JoeSettler Jr.

Jerusalemcop said...

so martin and I could never be paired together I guess, since we both can read...

JoeSettler said...

It's about time you visited.

You still have that guest post I offered you JC.

Jerusalemcop said...

guest post????

bar_kochba132 said...

When the regime closed up Arutz 7 without ANY protest whatsoever, at that moment Gush Katif was doomed.
In Canada, about the same time as Arutz 7 was closed, a popular radio host was taken off the air because he said something controversial. THERE WAS A MASS DEMONSTRATION as a result. IIRC he was reinstated. Our "national religious" camp are a bunch of sheep and take all the garbage they throw at us.

Anonymous said...

Is it wrong to covet your neighbor's visit to A-7? ;)

Good job.

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