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Jew-Jitsu

The Hebrew Hands of Fury

Jew-Jitsu
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Think Jews are wimps who don't know how to defend themselves? Think again.

After a couple of thousand years of persecution, from being hounded by the Egyptians to being bashed by the Bolsheviks, the Chosen People decided to fight back. Thus, JewJitsu was born.

Based on ancient Jewish principles and refined long ago in the Far East (where Chinese food was plentiful) Jew-Jitsu, the Hebrew Hands of Fury, is a martial art for nudniks who are tired of living in fear. Train your body and mind! Rise to a higher plane of spiritual satisfaction! Put fear into the hearts of those who mess with the kosher kids!

Master self-defense techniques like

  • The Davening Headbutt

  • Throwing of the Star of David

  • The Prayerful Strike

  • The Peyes of Fury

  • The Priestly Blessing to the Eyes

  • The eadly Punch in the Kishke--and the Advanced Punch in the Kishke

  • The Art of Becoming a Nin-Ju

Loaded with kick-by-kick illustrations, Jew-Jitsu gives you supreme physical confidence, get ready to kick major tucas!Daniel Eliezer, master trained in the art of Jew-Jitsu, this ancient Hebrew martial art for which there is no defense!

Jews of the Chabad Lubavitch tradition on loving kindness. "But that doesn't mean we can't be Chabad-asses, either," says Jew-Jitsu Master Daniel Eliezer.

Eliezer received his Jewish training at the Hollandaise Synagogue in Antwerp, adjacent to the Antwerp Central railway station because, he says, "in this part of the world, you never know when you'll have to leave in a hurry." He is currently rabbi-in-residence at Temple Bet Middler in upstate New York, where he lives with his wife and three children.

Rabbi Daniel Eliezer received his Jewish training at the Hollandaise Synagogue in Antwerp, located adjacent to the Antwerp Central railway station because, he says, "In this part of the world, you never know when you'll have to leave in a hurry." He is currently rabbi-in-residence at Temple Bet Middler in upstate New York, where he lives with his wife and three children.

Kensington Publishing Corp.; November 2008
112 pages; ISBN 9780806534633
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