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World’s greatest artists are flocking to Israel to perform despite pressure from the boycott the Jews (BDS) Movement


Why wouldn’t they want to come to Israel? The country is a magnificent miracle. It would be next to impossible not to have a wonderful time there. Israel is also one of the most decent countries on the planet. Only someone who is evil, such as Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, AOC, Linda Sarsour, and Roger Waters would advocate for boycotting such a country. Fortunately these neo-Nazis’ do not represent the masses.

By Shanna Fuld, Jerusalem Post, April 4, 2019:

The Latina star from the Bronx turned 50-years-old on July 24th and celebrated the milestone with a 38-show tour, six in international cities beginning with Tel Aviv and ending in St. Petersburg


Jennifer Lopez is a name known around the world for a reason. J-Lo’s put in the work, and it shows as anyone who attended her ‘It’s My Party’ concert on Thursday at Tel Aviv’s Park Hayarkon can attest.
The Bronx-born actress, singer, dancer, fashion designer, producer and businesswoman turned 50 on July 24 and is celebrating the milestone with a 38-show tour, six of which are in international cities beginning with Tel Aviv. It was the first time Jenny from the block has performed in the Holy Land.
Experiencing a Lopez concert is not ordinary. Each number was its own theatrical act equipped with choreographed dances, props of all kinds and specialized costuming. The mother of two accomplished six quick changes throughout the 90-minute set. Costumes ranged from a champagne sequined, one-legged body suit for the opener “Medicine” to a shocking red salsa-style gown in honor of the late Selena Quintanilla (for which Lopez played in the 1997 biopic Selena) to glimmering gold heeled boots that ran up the thigh, to a final electric green bodysuit.

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