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Rabbi Yosef’s political revolution, unlike his religious relevance, has reached its end – not because he has died but because it has exhausted itself.
In which our heroes prepare for Yom Kippur, with a special set of outfits!
On the day members of the public are asked to perform a good deed, the president chooses to work with Shalva.
Though the band pulled out of competition at the Eurovision over the conflict with Shabbat, KAN invited the group to perform during the show’s second semi-final.
By AMY SPIRO
The beloved Israeli singing group has a new music video - but it's only available once you commit to integrating people with disabilities
The Shalva Band speaks to the ‘Post’ about their upcoming shows, the decision to quit ‘Hakochav Haba,’ plans for an album and the message they want the world to hear
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
KAN has invited the musical group to give an interval performance at one of the show's semifinals.
Musical group chooses Shabbat over international song contest.
"The question at stake is not hypothetical but is rather a matter of principle," Regev said.
Shalva, which is made up of eight young adults with disabilities, easily won over the hearts and minds of the show’s panel of judges – and of a wide swath of the Israeli public.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The group of musicians with disabilities may be forced to back out of competition to represent Israel over requirement to rehearse on Shabbat.
As the search for a 2019 Eurovision contestant ramps up, young, old, religious, secular, pros, amateurs, natives and immigrants vie to represent the country in Tel Aviv next year.
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