Ahinoam Nini and Mira Awad get big send-off

They will represent Israel at the Eurovision song competition.

May 6, 2009 11:48
Ahinoam Nini and Mira Awad get big send-off

Achinoam Nini Mira Awad 88 248. (photo credit: Ronen Ackerman)


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The OneVoice Movement held a large send-off party last Thursday for Ahinoam Nini and Mira Awad, who will represent Israel at the Eurovision song competition next week. The pair of singers, who will perform the song "There Must Be Another Way," joined OneVoice with hopes to get the agenda of Israelis and Palestinians looking for a two-state solution heard.

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