Monday, July 26, 2010


As if it wasn't enough that Palestinian influence is being used to corrupt the journalistic profession with it's shonky historical revisionism, now we see the Palestinain thought police muscling in on musical groups that play in the Palestinian territories - Boney M asked to skip hit in West Bank gig.

When the iconic 1970s disco group Boney M rocked Ramallah this week, the local music festival prevented the band from performing one of its biggest hits.

Lead singer Maizie Williams said Palestinian concert organizers told her not to sing "Rivers of Babylon." The song's chorus quotes from the Book of Psalms, referring to the exiled Jewish people's yearning to return to the biblical land of Israel.

Palestinians often question the Jewish historical connection to the Holy Land. Organizers said they asked for the song to be skipped, deeming it "inappropriate."

They have absolutely no shame whatsoever.

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