Singer Alanis Morissette defies boycott, threats over Israel concert
Pop singer Alanis Morissette arrived in Israel today for a concert at Tel Aviv’s Nokia Theater; she last performed there in 2000.
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) December 2, 2012
The usual voices of intolerance are protesting the Grammy Award-winning songwriter’s visit.
Alanis Morissette, the Palestinian picket line is right in front of you, please don’t cross it. Don’t play apartheid Israel -BDS
— DPAI (@DPAI1) December 2, 2012
Alanis Morissette and her young child have had their lives threatened by anti-Israel “peace” activists. Now, THAT is ironic.
— Roofer On Fire (@roofer_on_fire) December 2, 2012
— …….. …… (@jennnsolo) December 2, 2012
— Omar Robert Hamilton (@RiverDryFilm) December 2, 2012
— Tali (@TaliShapiro) December 2, 2012
As Morissette defies the threats and boycotts, Israeli fans are showing their appreciation:
— StandWithUs Israel (@standwithusintl) December 2, 2012
— cw (@peacexpieces) December 2, 2012
@morissette Alanis, thank you for coming in Israel! :)We love you Bless your soul and keep going.
— winthannah (@winthannah) December 2, 2012
Stay Strong Alanis! Thank you for supporting Israel the only democracy in the middle east. You Rock!!
— Maj estic (@MtlMajestic) December 2, 2012
If only more entertainers had the courage to stand for Israel without apology or retreat.
Thank you, Alanis.