Responses to Aurora's Tel Aviv shows
.@AURORAmusic says she intends to perform in the occupied Palestinian territory.
Yet Palestinian civil society rejects such attempts to “balance” crossing our peaceful picket line. pic.twitter.com/izs4w0lexb
— PACBI (@PACBI) November 19, 2019
'Barby Club in Tel Aviv where @AURORAmusic is booked to perform, wears its complicity like a badge of honour, most clearly when it handed out free t-shirts to Israeli forces during the 2014 massacres in Gaza that left 2,200 Palestinians dead' #BDShttps://t.co/5WqO53K8bW
— Artists for Palestine UK (@Art4PalestineUK) November 14, 2019
The message from @AURORAmusic fans was clear at her London gig tonight.
Crossing the #Palestinian picket line by playing apartheid Tel Aviv goes against your progressive values and allows Israel to use culture to whitewash its human rights abuses. Don't go.#BDS pic.twitter.com/CkVMYv6suQ
— PSC (@PSCupdates) November 11, 2019
Powerful video message from Aurora fans tonight going to her concert in Manchester - Please don't play apartheid Israel November 14th @AURORAmusic pic.twitter.com/mA2KAATgAt
— MANPalestine Action (@ManPalestine) November 5, 2019
Outside @AURORAmusic's concerts in Norway, human rights activists are handing out flyers to the pop star's fans.
Many agreed with Palestinian and Israeli artists that Aurora should cancel her shows in apartheid Tel Aviv.
Palestinian flags have also been seen inside the shows. pic.twitter.com/sYgGtaxb4a
— PACBI (@PACBI) October 22, 2019
Norwegian pop star Aurora is booked to play Tel Aviv on November 14th and 15th. Palestinian artists, and Israeli artists, have each launched appeals to the singer. #LoveMusicHateApartheid #BDS https://t.co/vAaFgEvKMQ
— Artists for Palestine UK (@Art4PalestineUK) October 4, 2019
By ignoring Palestinian voices, regardless of her intentions, @AURORAmusic only plays into the hands of the oppressor. We urge her to reconsider. pic.twitter.com/vWyq9Exxlo
— PACBI (@PACBI) October 4, 2019