Israeli culture minister criticises Palestinian flags at Eurovision

  The Guardian 

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Madonna and Icelandic band Hatari displayed the flags at competition’s final in Tel Aviv The Israeli culture minister, Miri Regev, has criticised the display of Palestinian flags during the Eurovision song contest final in Tel Aviv on Saturday night, including by one of Madonna’s dancers. “It was an error,” Regev, a rightwing minister known for provocative stances, told journalists before a cabine
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