Hungarian Eurovision entry song accused of anti-Israeli bent

Monday, March 9, 2015

A few days ago Boglárka "Boggie" Csemer won the Hungarian song contest which allows her to represent Hungary in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Austria.

Bowing before the spirit of the times she performed the song in English; the lyrics opposes war and violence that claim the lives of innocent victims around the world.

The presentation accompanied by anti-war slogans flashed on a screen behind the singer. One such slogan says "Gaza in 2014: two-thirds of the victims were civilians, and more than 500 children."

According to Israeli newspaper Israel Hayom, even if it is not explicitly stated, the production makes Israel responsible for the death of so many civilians in Gaza. On the other hand there is an interesting coincidence between the Hungarian singer's nickname "Boggie" and Israeli Minister of Defense Moshe "Bogi" Jaalon – they rhyme - which can also mean that the singer secretly in favor of Israel write the journalist.

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