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February 28, 2011 12:47 pm

Israeli Artist’s YouTube Video a Hit Among Arab Protesters

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AOL News – A YouTube video of Moammar Gadhafi pumping his fists behind a lectern, spliced alongside footage of half-naked women gyrating to rap music, has fast become an Internet sensation in the Arab world — even though it was produced by someone in Israel.

The clip, dubbed “Zenga, Zenga,” first popped up on the Internet on Wednesday, the day after the Libyan dictator gave a rambling televised speech threatening to hunt down pro-democracy protesters “house by house … and alleyway by alleyway,” or zenqa, in Arabic. His speech struck Israeli DJ Noy Alooshe as “very comic visually,” Alooshe told Agence France-Presse.

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