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Israeli singer in Turkey: "I ran away from enlistment in Israel" Israel today


Singer Lynette, who performs in Israel and collaborates with artists in Israel, told the audience at the show that she avoided recruiting • "I carry the Turkish flag with me wherever I go," the singer said

The Israeli-Turkish influx of Lynette caused a stir in the country today (Monday) after she was implicitly expressed as anti-Israeli, in a statement that resonated well in the media supporting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

"I was born in Israel and started singing when I was five," singer Lint Menashe said during a performance in Bishlikoi, a western suburb of the city of Istanbul, adding:

The singer added that she is a Turk who intends to live in Turkey and die there.

According to local media reports, the audience responded with loud cries for support.

Lynette added: "I am the daughter of an artist in Turkish classical music. I proudly carry the Turkish flag wherever I go."

But the words of the singer Ma'alim will be due to the fact that she has visited Israel numerous times in the past and also performed there.

Last year he even performed a revival of the singer Margol's singing "clay walls" in the Hebrew and Turkish languages.

Lynette, born in 1975, is the daughter of a Turkish singer who immigrated to Israel in 1973. She participated in the pre-Arvizion with her mother in 1993 and the two came in tenth place.

Lynette returned to Israel for a short time after a strike in Istanbul was destroyed in an earthquake in 1999.

Source: israelhayom

All news articles on 2021-10-18

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