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Levin, June 6, 1940, box 14, "Tanach--(Yid.-Heb.) Subscribers--Correspondence," arch.
And as is true of a lot of magazines, like Time or Spy or even Cosmopolitan, one of the most distinctive and curious aspects of The Yid is its odd balance between seriousness and comedy.
Last month David Cameron said Spurs fans who use the word "Yid" should not face prosecution.
The row blew up after the FA said earlier this month that the FA considered that the use of the term Yid is likely to be considered offensive by the reasonable observer and that it considered the term inappropriate in a football setting.
"The FA considers that the use of the term 'Yid' is likely to be considered offensive by the reasonable observer and considers the term to be inappropriate in a football setting," the FA said on Monday last week.
Yid think we'd learn our lesson, That violence does not pay, But Sunni piled on Shia, Still haunts us to this day.
'He called him a 'slimy, fat Yid' and 'hello, Yid, I am watching you.' One e-mail described Mr Doolan as a 'typical pile of excretia.' 'In another e-mail on Christmas Day 2000 he said: 'Hello, Jew boy another year has gone by, you fat, slimy Jew yob.
Among his 12 poetry collections are Fraye ferzn (1926; "Free Verses"), Dem tatns shotn (1953; "The Father's Shadow"), Di freyd fun yidishn vort (1961; "The Joy of the Yiddish Word"), and A yid fun lublin (1966; "A Jew from Lublin").
One of them, a man of about 20, stands at the entrance of a kosher supermarket riffling through the pages of Der Yid, the Satmar community's Yiddish-language newspaper.
"Our starting point is to take the typical Yid of today and to imagine his diametrical opposite," wrote Zionist leader Ze'ev Jabotinsky.
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR fans could be arrested if they use the word "Yid" at Sunday's home match against West Ham United.
What I have been called for the past 50 years, however, is a Yiddle or a Yid, and I can tell you that I'm quite proud of it.
TOTTENHAM Hotspur fans who use the word "Yid" in chants should not face prosecution, David Cameron said.
In an act of defiance, some fans of the north London club have coined the word "Yid" themselves, and chants of "Yids", "Yid Army" and "Yiddos" are regularly sung on the home terraces at White Hart Lane.
Johannesburg, Sept 12 ( ANI ): The English Football Association (FA) has reportedly ruled out the use of football chants featuring 'Yid', a derogatory term for Jews, saying that it is not acceptable and using it risks criminal prosecution.