Jordanian singer cancels Jaffa gig after receiving threats

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April 2, 2013 03:17

 
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Jordanian singer Bassel Khoury on Monday afternoon announced the cancellation of his show at an Israeli co-existence concert that same evening after receiving threats by pro-Palestinian organizations.

Radio station 88FM, the organizers of the show, claimed the performance was to be a celebration of “Arab-Jewish musical fraternity and love.”

However, Israel Radio reported, the Jordanian singer cancelled his performance after receiving death threats from pro-Palestinian organizations.

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