The Israeli singer to Adnkronos: “Israelis and Palestinians and the whole world deserve honest leadership that works for the well-being of the people. This is not the case, neither with Hamas nor with the Netanyahu government”
In the Middle East “the situation is very delicate and very tragic. E the fault does not lie with just one party, but with both and also with the international community. It’s not black or white. Extremism must be marginalized, moderates must unite”. Thus the Israeli singer Noa, to Adnkronos, regarding the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the latest controversies born from the phrase of the singer Ghali from the Sanremo stage, which called for a ‘stop the genocide.'”I believe the most important statement now is: peace! Two states for two peoples!“, says the artist.
“Israelis and Palestinians and the whole world deserve honest leadership that sanctifies life, that works for the well-being of the people. This is not the case, neither with Hamas nor with the Netanyahu government”, he warns.
“We must all work together for the well-being of all. And artists can be the greatest ambassadors of this human message“Noa says.
Ghali’s phrase “stop the genocide” aroused the immediate reaction of the Israeli ambassador, and subsequently on ‘Domenica In’ where the presenter Mara Venier read a note in which Rai CEO Sergio expressed solidarity with Israel.