Update #180 ·

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler meets US Ambassador to Israel in the occupied West Bank

Sporting Muslim garb and accompanied by Israeli security guards, who got their training controlling the indigenous Palestinian population in at least one of Israel's armed forces, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler visits the occupied West Bank, where he chances upon the newly misted US Ambassador to Israel, who said to him:

“When people like you come to Israel it’s the best. It does so much for the country. You are the top of the top. We need friends here, and when someone of your stature comes to Israel it makes a big difference." 

So while Israel's embassies welcome the band to Israel and retweet the band's exited tweets that they are coming, please voice your opposition to Israel's colonial entertainment project, and in these final 24 hours join thousands who've already asked Aerosmith to boycott Israel.  

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