Skip to comments.Palestinian rappers rage over use of song in Likud ad
Posted on 02/15/2015 3:52:51 PM PST by Eleutheria5
Amman-based hip-hop band Torabyeh say ruling party put their lives at risk by linking them to Islamic State
Members of the Amman-based alternative hip-hop group Torabyeh accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday of putting their lives at serious risk by linking them with terrorism and associating them with Islamic State fighters, following the apparently illegal use of a rap song performed by the band in a controversial campaign ad posted online by the Likud party Saturday night.
In the last propaganda video released by the Israeli Likud Party which is headed by the criminal Benjamin Netanyahu (Zionist right-wing), the song called Ghorbah by Torabyeh has been used, a statement posted on the bands Facebook page read.
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Well, if they didn’t get paid for the use of the song, that’s not fair.
I’m trying to see the down side to this....nope
can’t see it.
I’m sure a Palestinian rap group already has an Israeli lawyer on annual retainer.
Too bad Suge Knight still in jail better yet what about Cookie from Empire
MAN I love that show LOL!
In the Likud ad, several jihadists in a pickup truck flying the IS flag stop to ask an Israeli driver for directions to Jerusalem. The Israeli replies: Take a left, followed by the flash of one of the Likuds campaign slogans, The left will surrender to terror.
From the comments at the video.
‘the terorist said : “on what way can i get to jerusalem?”
and the Israeli said : “go left” (like political left)’
My favorite Israeli rap/hip hop group is Subliminal.
Their song “Tikvah” (hope) with Spanish sub-titles.
With English sub-titles.
Wiki entry about them.
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