2009 Alma Zohar was the star newcomer to the Israeli music scene. Her first single won best song of the year. She mixes a reggae touch, a social conscience, and a love of liturgical language used as metaphor.
This is her brand new single, and she clearly hasn’t lost any of her touch as she addresses the African refugee situation with references to Pesach…
Ever thought about applying Ethics of the Fathers to a guy who keeps jilting you?
This is the song that propelled Alma to fame. Here is an article that explores the song’s comment on Israel and those who leave.