In an Op-Ed published by The Guardian, the rock star calls on 'everyone involved in what I see as Eurovision’s betrayal of our joint humanity to focus on their capacity to empathize with their Palestinian brothers and sisters'
Several American celebrities have considered buying property in the Holy Land.
Adi Lederman, a former contestant in Israel's version of 'American Idol,' was arrested in January after an investigation assisted by the FBI.
No stranger to Instagram controversy, the queen of pop once again posts a photograph that raises hackles.
Natalie Portman has also shown interest in the uber-modern Meier-on-Rothschild Tower, the Mail Online reports.
E.L. James' erotic bestseller is 'pulp fiction,' says the Queen of Pop.
Facebook post praises authorities for apprehending Tel Aviv resident who allegedly stole unfinished songs from star's computers and uploaded them onto the Internet.
The Queen of Pop's Instagram stunt shows how women still can’t show their undepilated selves in public; not least Israeli women, naturally blessed with plentiful body hair.
The Queen of Pop treats her followers to a picture of an unshaven armpit, with the caption 'Long hair..... Don't Care.'
From Madonna's Khaleesi costume to Mayim Bialik's oriental hamantaschen, Purim is the time when celebrities go a little loony.
And the local kabbala masters have not only money, but political power, too.
Starring Kim Kardashian, Bibi Netanyahu, Homeland, Shimon Peres, Madonna and more.
A video showing party leader Marie Le Pen with a swastika superimposed on her face has been used on various legs of Madonna's world tour, including the opening concert in Israel in June.
At her recent concert in Ramat Gan Stadium, Madonna performed while showing a video of Marine Le Pen with a swastika affixed to her forehead.