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The World Hates Us BUT – ISRAEL IS ALIVE: Presenting JEW2

The World Hates Us  BUT – ISRAEL IS ALIVE: Presenting JEW2

BDS? UN resolutions? Terrorist attacks? The world has been very critical of Israel in the past decades, but the State of Israel is just trying to survive. A new and hot music group JEW2 releases their first video clip, based on the popular folk Israeli song Am Israel Chai (The Nation of Israel is Alive), arranged in a new and electronic style.

In the clip, actors who portray anti-Israeli Muslims across the globe protest against Israel, in Paris, London, Washington DC and even the United Nations in New York. But there is a happy end – they all become Israel lovers.

The group members Nati Shayish, Aviram Shoukron and Shai Barak explain: “At this difficult time for Israelis and Jews around the world, who suffer from terror attacks, stabbings and anti-Semitic attacks – we wanted to re-new a song that talks about unity, with a new and upcoming electronic twist. We hope that Jews across the globe get strength from our song”.

JEW2 is the hottest name in the today’s Jewish music industry that brings you all of the greatest hits with a modern electronic twist.

JEW2 comprises of three leading musicians: The duo Nati Shayish and Aviram Shoukron who have been on the Jewish music stages around the world for more than a decade, joined by Shai Barak who produced and arranged tens of records in the past years.

JEW2 – Jewish electronic music



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