New song reiterates unbreakable Jewish connection to Jerusalem

Producer/performer Gershon Veroba’s new song reiterates our unbreakable connection with Jerusalem and simply says “enough is enough.”

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Gershon Veroba in "Let Me Be"
Gershon Veroba in "Let Me Be"
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This week marked the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. Even as U.S. President Donald Trump visited Israel to pray and support, Jews are still under global pressure to forget, to give up, to leave... even disappear. Angry protesters around the world spread ignorance and resentful neighbors won’t leave us alone.

In a statement of pride, producer/performer Gershon Veroba’s new Ani Yisrael album shows him at his best, fusing many musical styles in one place, similar to how Israel unifies all Jews.

In the album’s first video, we’re assured that all Jews are considered Israelis. This time, “Let Me Be” is Gershon’s more serious protest anthem that reminds the world that we are wasting time and lives. It reiterates our unbreakable connection with Jerusalem and simply says “enough is enough.”

Filming was done on location in and around Jerusalem, including the beautiful Castel Museum, where Gershon drove home the importance of history with a 157 year-old grand piano.




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