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GYBO Rap Team Releases First Music Video

This song is performed in both Arabic and English, it is already receiving great reviews and one listen and you will know why.

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(SALEM / GAZA ) - Music for Gaza and Palestine is on the rise, and it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone who pays attention to history.

It comes from everywhere; the U.S. where artist Agron Belica celebrates the struggle for freedom; the UK where the newly released 'Freedom for Palestine' song is being viewed by millions; Spain, where Ska-P belts out memorable solidarity tunes with rock solid power; within Israel where the group DAM dominates charts. and now, the new song from Gaza, The Mystery (اللغز) by GYBO (Gaza Youth Breaks Out).

The song is performed by the newly created GYBO rap team and it's dedicated to all the freedom fighters world wide, to all those who raised the Palestinian flag to face Zionism and especially to the passengers of the flotilla1, flotila2, flytilla, viva Palestina convoys, road to hope convoy, Africa to Gaza, Asia to Gaza and to our friends in the vik2gaza convoy.

This song is performed in both Arabic and English, it is already receiving great reviews and one listen and you will know why.

There is only one supposed 'democracy' in the world that is directly funded by the United States government to carry out harmful acts against other human beings. That is Israel.

There is nothing close to an excuse for what they have done to the Palestinian people, there is no justification beyond prejudice and bigotry toward Arabs.

Israel is responsible for thousands of murders, thousands of political prisoners illegally held against their will, and the terrorist government of Netanyahu must be stopped in its tracks if we expect this earth to survive

Look for a pending explosion of music that matches the growing awareness of Israeli apartheid laws that relegate the people of Gaza, more than one and a half million strong, and forces them to live in a prison camp setting.

Our congratulations to these young musical Revolutionaries who are doing to much to help their fellow human beings in Gaza.

Stay Human, Restiamo Umani


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