The Israeli representatives at the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest are Noa, who is considered one of the most famous Israeli singers in the world today, and Mira Awad, an Arab-Israeli singer. But their partnership sparks controversy given the timing: soon after Israel’s Gaza operation. After performing in front of the pope, Noa has no need for the Eurovision contest, and instead is using the opportunity to make a political statement, by singing side by side with Mira. Despite resistance and backlash, the two unite on shared humanitarian goals.
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