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excitable crowds of international tourists and concert go with the C. fronts in Tel Aviv on Saturday gearing up for the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest but despite the many happy faces and jubilant mood this year's contest in Israel has not been without it's controversy as which is from the idea of explains in Tel Aviv the build up to tonight's final has been more political than usual some have called for a boycott in protest against Israel's policies towards the Palestinians pro Palestinian activists say they've planned protests during tonight's show but Israelis have welcomed the song fest and are looking forward to crowning Eurovision twenty nineteen champions further down the beach Palestinians are voicing their frustrations over the host country but Israel says boycott to discriminate tree and anti semitic , Israel was chosen a political thing and that's about the live one moment here in Portugal with toy propelling her to international stardom pop superstar Madonna will perform two songs at the final statement early this week she said she would never stop playing music to someone's political agenda will stop speaking out against violations of human rights , the Palestinian campaign for the academic and cultural boycott of Israel responded saying on washing Israel's brutal oppression of Palestinians for a million dollars must be among the most immoral political agendas