For anyone observing trends in the music scene around the world and seeing members of the Breslover Hasidim sect singing, dancing, and planting graffiti wherever they find a space in Israel, it was only a matter of time before the Na Nachs, as they are called, discovered the Gangnam Style video made popular by the Korean singer Psy, and merged the two into a unique performance.
The Na Nachs have been performing their street theatrics all over Israel. They can be recognized by their distinctive knitted white kippot. The Na Nachs follow the teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov according to the tradition of Rabbi Yisroel Ber Odesser (called the Saba, or grandfather, by Na Nachs). The Saba is believed to have received an inspirational note, called the Petek (note), from the long-deceased Rebbe Nachman.
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