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Thursday, 1 March 2007

Israel picks 'doomsday' song for Eurovision

Zionism at Work

Israelis have voted overwhelming to send a song titled "Push the Button" to the Eurovision song contest in a sign of the Jewish state's mounting anxieties about archfoe Iran's nuclear ambitions.

Although the Eurovision entry voted on late on Tuesday does not mention any names, there is no doubt it is about Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has repeatedly called for the Jewish state to be wiped off the face of the map. "There are some crazy rulers, they hide and try to fool us. With demonic, technologic willingness to harm. They're gonna push the button"

The performing band, TeaPacks, was chosen to represent Israel at the European song contest to be held in Finland in May, and on Tuesday night the public was asked to name one of four of the group's songs. The mix of ethnic Mediterranean music and rock, coupled with lyrics in English, French and Hebrew, won the overwhelming support of the public in a telephone vote.