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by bike and boat from Poland to the Land of Israel. Published 1993 by Shengold Publishers in New York. Travel, Religious Zionists, Biography.
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Wayne Federman (born June 22, 1959) is an American comedian, actor, author, writer, comedy historian, podcaster, and musician. He is noted for numerous stand-up comedy appearances in clubs, theaters, and on television; a biography of "Pistol" Pete Maravich; and supporting comedic acting roles in The X-Files, The Larry Sanders Show, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Crashing, Legally Blonde, 50 First Dates, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Step Brothers.
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Noam Federman (born October 25, 1969 in Jerusalem) is a religious-Orthodox right-wing Israeli Jew in Hebron, and a former leader of the Kach Party, which he has been involved with since he was 14. He has been held in administrative detention several. He has been held in administrative detention several times. Federman hosts a weekly Internet program called "Federman Without Censor". JTF funds his political activities in Israel.
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For decades, Raymond Federman has been dazzling readers with his unique brand of g zany words all over the page and inserting himself into every fiction, often through such zany alter egos as Moinous and Namredef. Now comes the greatest self-reverential work of all as Federman spins all manner of tales of various parts of his own body, recounting his childhood in France, adult life in the . Jewish heritage, and career as a writer, with no effort made to distinguish between fact and fiction, memory and imagination.