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When Japanese Christians Sing Israeli Folk Songs

A Japanese Christian named Takeji Otsuki wanted to celebrate Israel and the Jewish culture, so he founded a Japanese choir to sing Hebrew folk songs. While Otsuki has now passed away, his choir still travels the world performing songs for the peace of Jerusalem.  

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