The Taming of the Jew


Funnier than ever, scarier than ever, Tuvia Tenenbom, is here again with The Taming of the Jew.

It all happens when Tuvia shows up in Her Majesty’s land, pretending to be anything but a Jew, and takes on its inhabitants, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, smell, sex, gender, color, height, girth, or animal species.

Traveling through the four nations that make up the Kingdom — Northern Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales — he visits many places and interviews people all around the United Kingdom. If you look for him, you can find him napping in Winston Churchill’s room, sleeping on Hillary Clinton’s bed, playing cat and mouse with Jeremy Corbyn, smoking forbidden tobacco with Nigel Farage, eating a monster, and stalking a she-ghost. Yeah.

As you might expect, he asks the Island people easy, simple questions: What’s special about you? At precisely what age have you realized that you hate Jews?

The Islanders, creatures well-groomed and well-mannered, take their time to politely and earnestly answer any and each of Tuvia’s questions. Oh Lord, the answers they give!

The Taming of the Jew also incorporates interviews with British Jews, subjects well tamed to always and forever protect the excellent reputation of their non-Jewish torturers.

Written by an author who is both an investigative journalist and a dramatist, The Taming of the Jew masterfully intertwines highly entertaining stories with shockingly brutal facts, affecting you in ways you’ve never thought mere words could.

Some Reviews:

“Amazingly frank, amusing, fearless and chuzpadik . . . wonderfully readable . . . Highly recommended.”

Neville Teller, The Jerusalem Report (Israel)

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“This is a frightening book and deserves to be read.”

David Herman, The Article (UK)

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“A pointed, savage and often comic travelogue about attitudes in Britain and Ireland … Most excruciating, he finds perfectly ‘tamed’ British Jews who equivocate about the Jew-hatred in their country.”

Melanie Phillips, Jewish Chronicle (UK)

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“Quizzical and tragic at the same time, the sort of comedy sketches that Samuel Beckett might have written if he were Jewish rather than Irish.”

David Goldman, Algemeiner (USA)

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“An excellent book!”

Avri Gilad, Channel 13 TV (Israel)

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