Hath not an Israeli theater company eyes? Does it not bleed?
Pro-Palestinian activists, including A-list actors, are calling for a boycott of Habima's upcoming London production of 'The Merchant of Venice.'
LONDON - The first visit by Habima to Britain, in November 1926, took place at a pivotal point in the Hebrew theater company's history. During the last, European leg of its world tour, Habima - at the time still officially a part of the Moscow Art Theater - had already left the Soviet Union; this was nine years after the theater was established (in the same year as the Bolshevik Revolution ). The communist...
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