Rolling Stones performs in Israel despite pressure from Pink Floyd members to cancel ➡ Video




Washington Post The Stones’ decision to ignore the Leftists underscored Israel’s growing popularity as a stop for major musical acts, and it signaled a setback for a campaign known as boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS). The Stones not only went on with the show Wednesday night in Tel Aviv but delayed their opening by 45 minutes to allow devout Jews time to reach the concert after the end of the Jewish holiday of Shavuot

More and more artists are resisting ugly criticism and pressure from the Left to not perform in Israel. Performers who have ignored the threats and performed in Tel Aviv recently include: Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Madonna, Bob Dylan, Jethro Tull, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.


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2 comments:

  1. After 50 years together performing with not even 1 breakup, they prove that a rolling stone gathers no moss.. and no anti-Semitic hatred, bigotry, and evil in their hearts like the left. I always like the Rolling Stones growing up the 60s and 70s.. but was never a avid devout Stones fan, til now. God Bless Israel and the Rolling Stones.

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  2. I never had a very high opinion of the Stones until now. I see them in an entirely different light. Believe I will go out and buy a few of their albums.

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