‘Jewish Idol:’ strengthening Jewish identity through music

Tzahi Gavrieli, chairman of the Hallelujah singing competition talks to 20 Questions about zionisim and the appeal of Israel to Jewsih youth.

By DEBORAH S. DANAN
August 25, 2011 12:17
2 minute read.
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Reality television may not have the greatest reputation, but Public Management Chairman Tzahi Gavrieli and the rest of the Hallelujah contest’s organizers are seeking to do away with the over-the-top flashiness of popular televised singing contests, instead choosing to focus on Jewish morality and identity.

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