A group of queer pro-Palestinian activists are to stage a 'musical protest' outside the London gay nightspot Heaven, demanding the club cancel a planned gig by Israeli singer Netta Barzilai, this year's Eurovision song contest winner.
The demonstration will include dabke - traditional Palestinian folk dancing - as well as gay anthems with the lyrics re-written to cricise Israel's human rights violations of Palestinians, organisers London Palestine Action said.
The group have penned an open letter to the nightclub's owner, Jeremy Joseph, urging him to cancel the show over Israel's use of culture and gay icons to cover up and distract from its occupation of Palestinian land and apartheid rule over the Palestinian people...

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