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Англ.: http://radio.com/2016/10/06/pink-floyd-reunite-gaza-blockade/
Русский: http://news.israelinfo.co.il/world/63640
Иврит: http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-4863765,00.html

В течение десятков лет они были моей любимой группой.
Они (включая и сравнительно сдержанного до сих пор Гилмора) - йимах шмам - опозорили свою музыку и предали лично меня. Теперь мое отношение к ним столь же сильно, но поменяло знак на противоположный. Без музыки, которую Всевышний позволил им создать, но которую они запачкали, обойдусь.
Желаю им скорого справедливого суда.

Всем нормальным людям - шабат шалом.




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Вот что написал мне один человек в мейле:
"А вообще, "Газа", "женщины" и "свобода" в одном предложении - это очень смешно. :)"


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УПД. Радует куда более разумная позиция Стивена Уилсона:

---You’re not bashful of calling Tel Aviv your second home or touting Israel’s virtues in a climate of artists boycotting the country and badmouthing it. Do you foresee a time when Israel will be considered a ‘normal’ country by people around the world or will that only happen when there’s a political solution for the Palestinians?

---It’s more than politics, though, isn’t it? Whenever I talk to people about my love of Israel and the fact that I was living there for a while, they always raise their eyebrows and go “why Israel?” Most people have this idea that not only is there a war going on there, but that it’s full of religious people. And in reality, it’s one of the least religious countries on the planet.

Israel is a very open-minded place but it’s also the Holy Land, and people always make that association.

Israel is seen as a hotbed of religion and living in Tel Aviv, it was definitely not the impression that I got.

You can also chalk it up to the CNN syndrome – if your knowledge of someplace only comes from media reports, then it’s going to be a very skewed image. After the first time I came, I realized that my impression of Israel was completely inaccurate.

I’ve never had a one-on-one confrontation with one of those artists who boycotts Israel, but I would like to. It would be interesting, whether it’s Roger Waters, Annie Lenox or Brian Eno. It would really be curious to hear their side of the argument.

I think part of it must stem from their own inflated opinions of their own impact on the world. Because really, who gives a shit if Annie Lenox or Brian Eno boycotts Israel? The politicians don’t and the population at large doesn’t – that’s another sign that the influence of pop music is dissipated. People don’t have the kind of influence they used to. Nobody really cares if Roger Waters boycotts Israel.

(You’re not bashful of calling Tel Aviv your second home or touting Israel’s virtues in a climate of artists boycotting the country and badmouthing it. Do you foresee a time when Israel will be considered a ‘normal’ country by people around the world or will that only happen when there’s a political solution for the Palestinians?

It’s more than politics, though, isn’t it? Whenever I talk to people about my love of Israel and the fact that I was living there for a while, they always raise their eyebrows and go “why Israel?” Most people have this idea that not only is there a war going on there, but that it’s full of religious people. And in reality, it’s one of the least religious countries on the planet.

Israel is a very open-minded place but it’s also the Holy Land, and people always make that association.

Israel is seen as a hotbed of religion and living in Tel Aviv, it was definitely not the impression that I got.

You can also chalk it up to the CNN syndrome – if your knowledge of someplace only comes from media reports, then it’s going to be a very skewed image. After the first time I came, I realized that my impression of Israel was completely inaccurate.

I’ve never had a one-on-one confrontation with one of those artists who boycotts Israel, but I would like to. It would be interesting, whether it’s Roger Waters, Annie Lenox or Brian Eno. It would really be curious to hear their side of the argument.

I think part of it must stem from their own inflated opinions of their own impact on the world. Because really, who gives a shit if Annie Lenox or Brian Eno boycotts Israel? The politicians don’t and the population at large doesn’t – that’s another sign that the influence of pop music is dissipated. People don’t have the kind of influence they used to. Nobody really cares if Roger Waters boycotts Israel.

(http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Culture/Meet-Steven-Wilson-the-anti-Roger-Waters-452881)

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