Hamilton and hip-hop have a message for Jerusalem

Hamilton and hip-hop have a message for Jerusalem.

April 13, 2016 17:16
4 minute read.
The Forbes 30 under 30 summit in Jerusalem

English rapper Little Simz (left) with Palestinian rapper Saz. (photo credit: SASSON TIRAM)


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Spring had finally come to Jerusalem when the Forbes 30 Under 30 summit played host to around 600 young innovators at the Israel Museum on April 6.

Part of a four-day event in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, many of the participants showed up in sunglasses and sporting hangovers, they reclined on bean-bag chairs splayed out in front of the iconic Ahava statue on the museum grounds.


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