The singer Justin Bieber performed yesterday in Finland in front of 20,000 spectators, as part of a concert tour in which he will also perform in Israel this October.
During the show, Bieber was recorded seemingly giving a raised hand salute and beginning to walk on stage in what appeared to be the Nazi Party's 'Zig Heil' gesture.
The documents reached the hands of the Jewish communities in Europe who are now demanding explanations from the singer's production.
Did he salute with his hand at the concert?
The Jewish communities in Europe are angry about Justin Bieber
The president of the Conference of Rabbis of Europe, Rabbi Pinchas Goldschmidt, reacted angrily: "The famous singer slapped the face of millions of Jews around the world, when he chose to start the 'Zig Heil' movement, which symbolizes identification with the values of the Nazi Party and its leader, the Jewish oppressor Adolf Hitler. No It is conceivable that a singer with tens of millions of fans and followers around the world allows himself to carry out such a movement on European soil soaked in the blood of millions of Jews and other minorities who were brutally murdered by the Nazi oppressor. Using this movement on such a wide platform is an image of victory for the anti-Semites and it gives an incentive to the attackers The next ones. I demand explanations from the singer about the humiliating movement and I call on the State of Israel to consider canceling his planned appearance in Israel this October."
The absurdity is that the day before, during a concert in Norway, the singer preached against racism: "We know that racism is evil. It's wrong," he told the audience.
Not one hundred percent: Bieber, photo: GettyImages
Two months ago, Bieber revealed that he suffers from paralysis on one side of his face.
In a video he uploaded to his Instagram account, the singer announced that he suffered from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which led to paralysis in his face.
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