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Was it a good decision for Britney to preform in Israel?


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DISCLAIMER:
*im from israel
*dont want to offend anyone
:jj:

so in Jul 4, 2017; Mrs. spears decided to have her first-ever concert in Israel, performing in Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park.
we (israelis) had a blast.
beacuse of the BDS alot of artists afraid (and threaten) to come here but Britney did.:hiii::clap:
but then Britney got a lot of backlash for performing in there, mostly from the middle east.
so do you think it was a great decision from her team? do you think it would have affected her album sales by the Muslim community?  

plz answer me!  ive wondered that for years :crying1:
and for your knowledge, the ****ty weather that day made Britney sweat the hell out of her 

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Why are you asking if its a good idea, didn't your government postpone your elections? And wasn't it a sold out concert? And like you said, you guys had fun, right?

20 minutes ago, osherlovesbritney said:

we (israelis) had a blast.

Period. :thelook:

So I really don't understand what you're on about here, honestly. Like, I just don't understand why this is something that would bother you for years. :eheeek:

25 minutes ago, osherlovesbritney said:

plz answer me!  ive wondered that for years

Like, why... :yesokay:

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1 minute ago, Roxxy said:

Like, why... :yesokay:

she got backlash for lip syncing in Israel (she said she didnt but...)  
 

**In a phone conversation with Channel 2 following a show in Bangkok, Thailand, Spears was asked directly if she would sing her hits live and shot back with “I’m glad you’re addressing this question,” before complaining that claims she lip syncs were “really pissing me off, because I’m busting my *** out there and singing at the same time.”

She did concede that “because I’m dancing so much,” there was “a little bit of playback; there’s a mixture of my voice and the playback.”***

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5 minutes ago, osherlovesbritney said:

she got backlash for lip syncing in Israel (she said she didnt but...)  

Ok but she gets flack about that all the time. Wasn't it the case in Australia during the Circus Tour? They even walked out of the show. And yet I don't see Australians being pressed and bothered about it for years, like you do. :thelook: 

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2 minutes ago, EasyThere said:

Yeah. Nothing against people of Israel. Even most of them are against what they are doing to muslims. They literally took their land,and are doing daily genocides on them.

1. im in the army
2. one of my closets friends is a muslim
3. you should read the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine
(55/45) but the Palestinians denied. 100 years later tho... :endit: i dont think we should blame anyone 
we can all blame the British

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4 minutes ago, Roxxy said:

Ok but she gets flack about that all the time. Wasn't it the case in Australia during the Circus Tour? They even walked out of the show. And yet I don't see Australians being pressed and bothered about it for years, like you do. :thelook: 

omg its just me ok. jess no need to trash me:crying4:. when the one and only time my fave came to my country and i cant have an opinion :wendycry:

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9 minutes ago, EasyThere said:

Yeah. Nothing against people of Israel. Even most of them are against what they are doing to muslims. They literally took their land,and are doing daily genocides on them.

I wouldnt go so far as downvoting your every post like others have apparently, but everything youve posted in this thread is indicative of either unfortunate ignorance or extreme misinformation.

Youre more than welcome to visit here yourself, and witness with your own eyes what the Gaza border looks like, what Jerusalem looks like, what rockets fired from our neighbors and rocket sirens sound like, and what Judea-Samaria (west bank) actually looks like. Youre welcome to see the extent to which Arabs and Jews living here are interconnected and cooperating and working together, both in Israel proper and in Judea-Samaria. Youre welcome to visit the gay hub of Tel Aviv, where countless gay Arabs take refuge.

Unfortunately, Israel is a very popular target of misinformation around the world. Whats so ironic is that it is literally open for everyone to visit, and everyone can quite simply see the truth and reality with their own eyes. Again, youre more than welcome to visit yourself (post-corona of course).

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