The impassioned crowd of hundreds shouted “Sabbath” in Yiddish to protest the international contests’ scheduling.
Singer. Actress. Kabbalist. Political activist?
Images of bombs exploding in Tel Aviv were set to ominous music.
Bruno Mars wishes he wrote this song.
For the first time in three years, the largest singing competition in the world may not air in the US.
Madonna and Netta collab, please?!
‘Home’ sounds like its writers gave up English Duolingo after a few days.
Israeli immigrants get bat mitzvah’d, a gay French performer prepares for Eurovision despite death threats, and Netta releases a new song.
She’ll share the spotlight with Lucy Ayoub, an Arab-Israeli Christian poet and television host who is the grandchild of Holocaust survivors.
After Minister of Culture Miri Regev insisted “that Israel should forgo its hosting rights if the Eurovision is not held in Jerusalem.”