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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu canceled a scheduled meeting with teen pop idol Justin Bieber, currently in Israel, after the latter refused to meet with kids from the western Negev who have been living under the threat of Kassam rockets, Channel 2 reported.

Bieber is slated to perform on Thursday and the meeting with Netanyahu was scheduled for Wednesday. After announcing on his Tweeter account that he came to Israel to sing and would prefer to avoid politics, officials in the Prime Minister’s Office said the meeting would be canceled.


Justin on Twitter:

been super frustrated and just needed some time to vent and chill.

i want to see this country and all the places ive dreamed of and whether its the paps or being pulled into politics its been frustrating

im just excited at this pt to get on stage and perform. gonna take a little break from twitter and enjoy this time with my family until then


Let’s be real here. JB has no problems visiting hospitals. He’s done it many times. And for him to refuse this time and say he doesn’t want to be pulled into politics has to mean there is something else here. Remember he never said the same about meeting Obama.

From what I see I think Justin must be thinking that’s he’s being used by Netanyahu for publicity(politics). Can any Israeli visitors confirm if there’s going to be an election coming up soon or why Netanyahu might want to look good at this time? Is he losing popularity?

That seems to be the only thing that would make sense to me. Thoughts?


Making his way around the globe, Justin Bieber was spotted arriving in Tel Aviv, Israel in the early hours Monday morning (April 11).

The “Baby” singer got in around 3am, after which he hit up the Abulafia Israeli bakery before going to the Tel Aviv Sheraton hotel.

And it seems Justin entertained himself during his travel by tweeting questions for his fans to answer.

He pose,

“If you could live forever or live the greatest life over 80 years which would you choose?” followed by, “If you could have the skills of the greatest ninja or be the greatest basketball player on the planet which would you choose???”



Canadian teen heart-throb Justin Bieber will perform in Israel on April 14, 2011. The concert’s expected location is Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park.

As reported by Yedioth Ahronoth, seven Israeli producers negotiated with Beiber’s representatives. The one who eventually succeeded in striking a deal with the popular singer is producer Marcel Avraham, who was behind the Israel concerts of Elton John, Rod Stewart, Metallica and Leonard Cohen.

The initial plan was to hold the concert at the Ramat Gan Stadium, but the 16-year-old singer’s rising popularity promoted the production team to gamble on the Yarkon Park, with the hopes of filling up the grass with 60,000 teenagers.

Bieber began his musical career at the age of 12, when his mother posted clips of cover songs he performed. Last year he released his debut album “My World”, which was a huge success. All of the album’s songs made it to the Billboard music charts in the United States – a historic achievement in itself.

Bieber’s biggest hits were his debut song “One Time”, which topped the charts in dozens of countries, and ‘”Baby”, which became the most watched clip on Youtube in July, with more than 360 million views.

The cost of his performance in Israel is estimated at more than $1.5 million.