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May 31, 2016 / 23 Iyar, 5776
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Singer Tom Jones to Snub Boycott Movement and Perform in Israel

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Welsh singer Tom Jones has given the Boycott Israel another kick in the pants by announcing  he will perform in Tel Aviv in October

Jones, now 73 years old, will appear the Nokia Stadium in Tel Aviv.

Earlier this week, Eric Burdon, former lead singer of the Animals, changed his mind about honoring the boycott and said he is not canceling his show, despite a flood of emails, some of them threatening, from boycott activists.

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8 Responses to “Singer Tom Jones to Snub Boycott Movement and Perform in Israel”

  1. Edward Lobel says:

    Congrats to Eric Burdon and Tom Jones.
    One of my favorite Jones songs is his rendition of Hava Negala. He does is so well you would think he is a member of the tribe!

  2. Just love you Eric and Sir Tom!

  3. He's always been a class act!

  4. I hope to get a ticket

  5. It seems that these artists know the right thing to do.

  6. Hallelujah, there are still sane people on this world. Thank you Sir Tom and Eric Burdon.

  7. Hurray for you Sir Tom, continue to be a winner for peace and love.

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