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Israeli Soldiers Dance in Hebron (Video)

July 5, 2010

Soldiers are the best! They know how to cut loose and really enjoy life, especially those in the tensest, most violent places.

This video of Israeli soldiers (Nahal Brigade’s 50th Airborne Battalion) dancing in Hebron was removed from YouTube by the creator on July 5th 2010 just as it started to go viral.  It was captured on screen by Alison Avigayil Ramer.

Enjoy!

JERUSALEM — Some Israeli soldiers may have to face the music for a viral video of them dancing on duty.

A video of the soldiers stopping a patrol in the West Bank to dance to American electro-pop singer Kesha’s hit “Tick Tock” has been removed from YouTube. But Israeli TV stations picked it up and showed it repeatedly Monday.

The YouTube user who posted it identified the dancers as Israeli infantrymen in the tense Palestinian city of Hebron.

The video shows six soldiers patrolling as a Muslim call to prayer is heard. Then the music changes, and they break into a Macarena-like dance.

The military called the video a “stunt” and said the troops’ commanders have been informed. That could mean their next dance will be “Jailhouse Rock.”

UPDATE: 7/6 9:42 am – The Video is back up on YouTube.

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. July 6, 2010 4:47 am

    #*!$ heads…

  2. erny permalink
    July 7, 2010 4:46 pm

    same regiment, funnier video:
    i thought this one was funnier:

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