Video from the car stereo project gets millions of views

The Jerusalem Times has reported on a new multimedia project that was created by an Israeli multimedia group, Ekpeh.

The video shows a group of people sitting at the back of a Mercedes-Benz in the city’s Old City, talking with each other in Hebrew, Arabic, French, English and Spanish.

At the end of the video, a group with a group in French, wearing a blue and white headscarf, appears on the screen, and they all talk in the same language.

After that, Ekpenh’s video is posted to YouTube, with nearly 2.5 million views.

The video was created using Ekpeah’s software and has received more than 12 million views since it was uploaded on March 31.

In the video the men sit at the front of the Mercedes and talk about how it is a car, how it works and how it looks.

The men then sit down next to each other at the driver’s side and talk.

At one point, they take a seat and talk with each others’ hands, as if they are playing chess.

After the man in the white hat with a French accent says “I want to get into the car, but I don’t know what to do,” he asks his friend in the black hat to join him.

The men then talk about what to say when they enter the car.

They all speak in their respective languages, and then a French voice is heard saying, “You know, the French don’t always understand us, don’t they?”

They also ask each other about their shoes.

At that point, the video ends.

The group returns to the Mercedes.

Ekpenh, a nonprofit organization that develops and sells software for multimedia, says the video has more than 1 million views, and it has received donations from nearly 1,500 people.

Egbert says the group has received requests from all over the world to use the software and have them translated into English and French.