Anti-Israel activists launch campaign to torpedo Eurovision chances

Le candidat israélien Imri Ziv au concours de l'Eurovision 2017
Organizers urge 'decent Europeans' to give Israel's song zero points

Anti-Israel activists in Europe recently launched a campaign aiming to torpedo Israel's chances at the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest by urging people to give the country's entry zero points in public voting.

The page went on to say that it "would be quite fitting for decent Europeans to reject the 'military entertainer' Imri Ziv, refuse to let him entertain them, give ZERO POINTS to him and to his song and to the regime which sends him to Europe."


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