Contestant to represent Israel in Eurovision 2024 killed in battles in Gaza!

In today’s announcement, Israel’s Ministry of Defense reports the death of three members of its armed forces, in the battles taking place in the Gaza Strip. Among the three dead is Captain Shaoli Greenglick, who was seen competing about a month ago in HaKokhav Haba, the talent show through which the artist who will represent Israel at Eurovision 2024 is chosen.

The 25-year-old singer appeared at the audition in military uniform, wanting to dedicate the song he performed to his friends who are fighting the Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip, after the organization’s strike in Israel in October, which claimed the lives of 1,400 people, but also which resulted in the kidnapping of hundreds more innocent citizens.

With 83%, Shaoli Greenglick had managed to qualify for the next round of the talent show and soon we would see him again on our screens, since this week the stage of auditions is completed.

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the updates!

Source: Euromix
4 replies
    • Yuval
      Yuval says:

      ‏Israel allows daily admission Trucks with humanitarian equipment such as: water, food, medicine, clothes, etc. This does not sound like genocide.
      ‏Even Israel allowed a humanitarian route along Saleh al-Din in Gaza for a few hours every day so that the civilian population could escape, do you know who hurt them? Hamas fired at the population in Gaza and even confiscated their car keys so they wouldn’t run away to use it as a human shield after Hamas committed war crimes and crimes against humanity against Israeli civilians includin
      spreading false propaganda against Israel and using your incompetence and ignorance to spread discredit.

      what Hamas-ISIS did it is genocide. He tortured, murdered, raped women and sometimes also minors, beheaded babies, handcuffed people and then shot them in cold blood, cut off organs, murdered children in front of their parents and sometimes the other way around. They are worse than anything imaginable, even worse than the Nazis.


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