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A wide array of funny, cultural, religious and Israeli Instagram personalities have been established to illustrate what it means to be a Jew.
While some use silly puns and memes to relate Judaism to the modern world, others take a more traditional approach by documenting stories of Jewish and Israeli peoples. Yeah That’s Kosher Of course, the most popular photos shared on Instagram are of food – who actually goes to restaurants to eat anymore?
Which it doubtless was, but how many musicians would have chosen that adjective?
In another drawing, he is depicted wearing a Jewish skullcap and placing a hand a wall — a scene taken from the President's May visit to Jerusalem's Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray.
A cartoon thought bubble next to him reads, "I'm going to build you a brother", a possible reference to Trump's plans to build a wall between the US and Mexico.
In an effort to soak it all in, here’s our list of the ten best Jewish Instagram accounts out there. Dani Klein, the self-described Jewish foodie and frequenter of kosher restaurants behind , takes photos of delectable Jewish foods, and not just bagels and cream cheese. Check out for the Top 5 Places in Israel to get sufganiyot (#donuts) this #Hanukkah season.
Note: as Instagram, to us, is supposed to be fun, we’ve refrained from mentioning any of the political or news-related accounts. With over 17,000 followers, and nearly a thousand images of meals he’s eaten, Klein is the go-to guy for kosher restaurants in New York, Toronto, and around North America. A photo posted by Dani Klein / Yeah Thats Kosher✈️ (@yeahthatskosher) on features original self-made illustrations by teacher, artist and writer, Sari.