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Eurovision News Review:

* Ehud Manor | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
* Donna and Joseph McCaul take song to Europe
* Eurovision Radio on Super One Radio
* Participants to visit sand sculpture festival
* Aleksandr Lukashenko Expresses His Gratitude to Russia
* Norwegian preacher kindles religious strife
* The Local – Miss Sweden cancelled after “feminist harassment&quot…

Ehud Manor | Special reports | Guardian UnlimitedGuardian Unlimited
Manor represented the contemporary Israel experience, expressing the country’s feelings in his songs. One, Abanibi, performed by Izhar Cohen and the Alphabeta, won the Eurovision song contest for Israel in 1978. He was born in the settlement of Binyamina (halfway up the coastal plain), where “everyone – except Ehud – was attached to the soil”. His instincts drew him to popular culture – not of pioneering Israel, but to the singers and songwriters of Broadway musicals. “It was also a unique way of learning English,” he recalled. After army service, he studied literature at the Hebrew University, and communications in New York.

Donna and Joseph McCaul take song to Europerte.ie – RTE.ie
Donna and Joseph will perform their song ‘Love?’, composed by Karl Broderick, to give other voting countries a chance to hear their ‘Eurovision’ entry. Performers representing Bosnia Herzegovina and Croatia have also travelled to Dublin to give the Irish voting public a preview of their songs. Femminem from Bosnia Herzegovina and Boris Novkovic from Croatia will perform their songs on ‘ID’ on RT?2 this evening. Donna and Joseph McCaul will release their ‘Eurovision’ entry ‘Love?’ as a single on 29 Arpil… ie Entertainment: Donna and Joseph McCaul take song to Europe. Watch and listen to Irish news stories on our video and audio streams.

Eurovision Radio on Super One Radiodi-ve.com
Listen to it on Wednesdays 8. 45pm on Super One Radio. During this week’s edition you will be able to hear an exclusive interview that Eurovision Malta’s fan club president and host of the show, Deo Grech did to Belarus 2005 Eurovision singer, Angelica Agurbash in the past days. The singer revealed her Eurovision plans for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest and also nominated the Maltese entry Angel by Chiara as one of her favourites in this year’s competition… 45pm on Super One Radio. During this week’s edition you will be able to hear an exclusive interview that Eurovision Malta’s fan club president and host of the show, Deo Grech did to Belarus 2005 Eurovision singer, Angelica Agurbash in the past days. The singer revealed her Eurovision plans for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest and also nominated the Maltese entry Angel by Chiara as one of her favourites in this year’s competition. She will be celebrating her birthday on 17th May in Kyiv and will look forward to meet one of the hosts for this year’s 50th Eurovision, Ukranian boxer gold medallist Volodymyr Klytschko backstage, as she practices boxing herself!

Interviews with Eurovision Artists visiting Eurovision Radio are also published on the official website of the Maltese Eurovision Fan Club,.

Participants to visit sand sculpture festivalesctoday.com
ua News. The Kyiv International Festival of Sand Sculpture will be one of the cultural events organised during this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The venue for the festival will be Trukhaniv Island, on a short distance of the camping. The official opening of the festival will take place on May 15, the awards ceremony will follow two weeks later. The winners of the event will be honored on 29th May.

Aleksandr Lukashenko Expresses His Gratitude to RussiaKommersant
He assured everyone that there would be no ?color revolutions? in the republic and thanked Russia for supporting Belarus on the international scene. In addition, the president touched on trafficking in people and allowed Natasha Podpolskaia of Mogilev to represent Russia at the Eurovision competition. random() * 1000000000);
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Norwegian preacher kindles religious strifeAftenposten
PHOTO: Uglum, Morten Søgaard, 37, enjoys celebrity status in Sweden after his marriage to recording star and Eurovision song contest winner Carola, even though they are now divorced. “Even if I see Runar while he has major police protection I will shoot him to death,” a radical Islamist told Swedish newspaper Expressen. Persons connected to the Kurdish group Ansar al-Islam claim to have received a fatwa, a decree from a Muslim religious leader, to kill Søgaard. Muslim organizations have called Søgaard’s sermon, which is on sale on CD at the Stockholm Karisma Center’s web site, a hateful attack on Islam and fear the type of violent conflict that scarred the Netherlands after filmmaker Theo van Gogh was killed by an Islamic extremist for a controversial film. Islam expert Jan Hjärpe at the University of Lund told Expressen that such an assassination is a real risk, and he wondered if conflict was the motive for the sermon.

The Local – Miss Sweden cancelled after “feminist harassment&quot…The Local
“We regret any mistakes we have made and are prepared to make up for them,” she said. htmlSociety–>.

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