Coldplay Invests In Israeli Company

Over three years ago,  British band Coldplay made known their position on the Middle East conflict, when they posted a link to the following on their Facebook page:

They later removed the link from the page, but this seemed to be more a result of the ensuing uproar, than suddenly waking up one day and seeing through the pro-palestinian narrative.

Now comes news they have invested in an Israeli company!

What do British rock band Coldplay, American singer Nicki Minaj, American rapper Will.i.am and French electro music producer David Guetta have in common?

They have all invested in an Israeli company from Kibbutz Glil Yam, which has developed the “WhatsApp of music.”

After selling social multimedia platform Pheed to the Mobli Media Group for $40 million, entrepreneur Oded Kobo developed Music Messenger, a free music messaging app.

The application, which is available for iPhone and Android and already has one million users around the world, allows you to send any song in any language to friends on your contact list. In addition, it allows users to create music libraries and playlist and to search for songs.

This is certainly not going to be music to the ears of BDSHoles.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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