Jordan singer cancels Jaffa concert after threats

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April 1, 2013 19:27

 
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A Jordanian singer cancelled his participation in a special concert featuring both Jewish and Arab musicians after receiving death threats, Israel Radio reported Monday.

Basel Hori cancelled his participation Monday afternoon in what was supposed to be a fraternal gathering for Jewish and Arab artists in the Jaffa port.

The event - scheduled to be held on the seventh night of Passover  under the banner of co-existence and tolerance - was to be boradcast on radio 88-FM and Kol Yisrael Arabic.

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