WATCH: Israeli Behind Gadhafi Spoof Song Lampoons Netanyahu's Congress Speech

Israeli behind popular YouTube parody of Gadhafi's 'Zenga Zenga' song comes out with a new video of Netanyahu remixed to the song 'We No Speak Americano.'

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The Israeli who was behind the popular YouTube spoof of embattled Libya leader Muammar Gadhafi rapping one of his Tripoli speeches, has come out with a new remix featuring Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking to the U.S. Congress, called "Bi Bi Pro Americano."

31-year-old music journalist and producer Noy Alooshe remixed Netanyahu's speech to the tune of the popular remix of Yolanda Be Cool's "We No Speak Americano."

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses a joint meeting of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 24, 2011. Credit: Reuters

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