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Thursday, March 20, 2014

Israeli plagiarism of songs by Arab artists

Instead of thinking, putting effort and creating, there is an easier way, plagiarizing a successful work.
Here is a list of Arab artists who had their songs plagiarized and most of the "thieves" are from Israel (Mar.20, 2014)

Wael Kfoury:
Zionist singer, Eyal Golan, plagiarized Wale Kfoury's song "Safha W Tawita" and renamed it "Shadows of the Image" and listed Ofir Cohen as the composer

Om Kalthoum:
Jewish singer
called, Zehava Ben, stole the following Om Kalthoum songs "Enta Omri", "El Hob Koloh" and "Amal Hayati" made them into Hebrew and claimed the songs as her own

Abdel Halim Hafez:
Israeli singer, Shlomi Saranga, stole "Abu Oyoon Gareeah" rewrote it in Hebrew and claimed as his own

Walid Tawfik:
Israeli singer, Doron Miran, plagiarized the music for the song "Enzel Ya Gameel" and sang it in Hebrew using his name

Russian-Jewish singer, Sarit Hadad, plagiarized Elissa's song "Aa Bali Habibi"

Ragheb Alama:
Israeli girl band (Haim) made up of three sisters plagiarized "Saharouny El Leil" and replaced the Arabic lyrics with Hebrew

Amr Diab:
Israeli singer, Zehava Ben, took credit for "Awedony"

1 comment:

  1. In the case of Eyal Golan, they're probably right, but in all others? In the cases I checked, the Israeli singers credited the original songwriter/lyricist.

    (and Haim is an American band singing in English, so no idea what they're talking about)