Eurovision in Israel: The good, the bad and the ugly

The positive elements of hosting the contest and the ugly anti-Semitism that is sadly emanating from some European countries.

Israel News Talk Radio,

Tel Aviv Eurovision advertisement
Tel Aviv Eurovision advertisement
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Two hundred million people are expected to view the Eurovison Song Contest, which is being held this year in Israel.

Though hosting the contest is great for tourism and general Israeli public relations, it’s not all "la-di-da" with the BDS protests and missile threats from Gaza.

Tamar Yonah speaks with Barry Shaw about the positive elements of hosting the contest, as well as the ugly anti-Semitism that is sadly emanating from some European countries.




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