How to make a viral video online: How to turn a joke into a viral one
A viral video that went viral online this month is a clever use of an internet meme to sell itself.
It shows a Palestinian man wearing a Palestinian headdress and carrying a gun while shooting a crowd of Israelis.
The video is titled “Yaakov,” which means “the hero.”
It is also a reference to the Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, whose armed resistance movement was brutally crushed during Israel’s 1993-96 war.
A video of the clip was posted on the social media platform YouTube and has since been viewed more than 2 million times.
But the viral video’s creators quickly realized they could use a little bit of Israeli humor to make it more viral, according to Haaretz.
“Yay!” said the caption of a YouTube video of Yay!
“I love this!” said a woman in the background.
The clip’s creators wanted to highlight that they were Israeli Jews, but that didn’t make them any less Israeli.
“The first thing I noticed was that the caption was written in Hebrew, and the video was in Hebrew,” said YouTube video director Rami Nakhleh.
“In other words, I thought, ‘It’s the Israelis!'”
But it wasn’t just a matter of Hebrew.
A clip of the video shows a woman shouting, “This is for my mother, for my father, for all of the mothers in Israel!”
In Hebrew, the phrase “I am not a Jew!” is a word used to express gratitude, which was also used to refer to the Palestinians in the region.
“It was very simple,” Nakhleeh said.
“We wrote the video in Hebrew and translated it into English, which we did by adding subtitles.”
In Hebrew the phrase translates to “I have no hatred against you!”
In English, it translates to, “I’m sorry that we are not your friends.”
“The whole thing just sort of blew up,” Nechal Kipnis, a senior editor at Haaretz, told The Washington Post.
“A couple of minutes after we posted it, we got a text message from one of the people who put it together and said, ‘You did it!
You’ve done it!’
It was like the best-case scenario.”
In the video, Yay!, a Jew, is shown carrying a firearm and yelling, “You’re a Jew!
You’re a terrorist!
You don’t belong here!”
The clip is quickly gaining a following.
It has been shared more than 6.5 million times, according the video’s creator, whose real name is Efraim.
“When we first started out, I had no idea how many people were going to watch it,” Nachman said.
But when the video began to gain traction online, the creator began adding his own jokes, like the ones that he and others had made before.
“Everyone wanted to know if it was true, and we realized that the audience was very curious,” Nakahleh said of the response to the viral clip.
“So we decided to do another video, this one for another audience.”
Kiplis said the video has attracted more than 200,000 views since its first posting on February 2.
“This was a real surprise for us,” he said.
Kipis said that people have been tweeting and sharing the clip on social media, and that the reaction from the audience has been positive.
“What people are seeing is that the people behind this are Israeli, that’s why the video is so funny,” he told The Post.
Nakhwa, who has made more than a dozen videos featuring his friends and family members, said the clip has been seen by more than 5,000 people.
“As we said, we’re Israelis.
We love Israel, and it’s really cool that people are really enjoying it,” he added.
“People are really talking about this, so it’s making us more proud and motivated.”
A Facebook video of another viral video posted in 2015 also shows Yay!: A Jew, but this time the title is a reference.
“They killed my brother,” says a man as he holds a knife.
The caption reads, “It’s okay, it’s a joke.”
Another man, who appears to be an Israeli police officer, shoots a woman with a rifle.
“That’s how I’m going to kill the Palestinians,” the caption says.
“Don’t think about it, don’t worry about it,” the video concludes.
The latest viral video, called “Yahtzee,” which translates to the “silly” in Hebrew.
The YouTube video is being watched more than 4 million times and the views have reached more than 1 million.
The creators have created a YouTube channel called “I Live in Israel,” which is featuring videos in Hebrew that are also being viewed more frequently.
In addition to the video that is being viewed as the new “Yosh!” a