Bryan Adams heads here for peace

The goal of the event is draw one million supporters on both sides of the conflict to embrace moderation and strengthen the voices of the moderate majority.

By MIRIAM A. SHAVIV
October 1, 2007 09:37
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Eighties pop star Bryan Adams is optimistic that with the power of song, Israel and the Palestinian Authority can come together to end the decades-long conflict between them. Joining him in Tel Aviv at the ONE VOICE concert on October 18 will be an array of Israeli stars including Ehud Banai, Boaz Sharabi, Hadag Nahash, Knessiat Hasechel, Mashina, Mosh Ben Ari, Ninette Tayeb, Fortis and Keren Peles among others. In addition to the Park HaYarkon event, shows on stages in Jericho, London, Washington D.C. and Ottawa will take place simultaneously under the banner "One Million Voices to End the Conflict." The goal of the event is draw one million supporters on both sides of the conflict to embrace moderation and strengthen the voices of the moderate majority. The event will also call on leaders to isolate extremists and encourage continuous dialogue until a two state solution is reached.


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