On Saturday, India’s anti-Muslim prime minister Narendra Modi in his address at the Global Citizen Festival in Mumbai said: “I had my own set of idols. But you will be perhaps more familiar with Bob Dylan, Norah Jones, Chris Martin and A.R. Rehman.” Modi attended the Global Citizen Festival in New York City in 2014. Yusuf Islam (Cat Steven, a British music celebrity who converted to Islam on July 4, 1978) sang there too.
Modi’s first three idols were born into Zionist Jew families and have performed in Israel. A.R. Rehman (Dilip Kumar), on the other hand, is a Hindu convert to Islam (here).
Bob Dylan, 74, is a well-known American Jewish singer and a darling of the Organized Jewry for his undying love for the Zionist entity. He was recently awarded Nobel Prize for Literature but he would not be at the Stockholm party in December to receive it. He plans to visit Sweden next year.
“He is probably the greatest living poet,” Per Wastberg, a Jewish member of the Swedish Academy said.
Dylan sees the Zionist entity as a victim of Muslim countries surrounding it rather than a western Judo-Christian imperialist occupation of Palestine. Dylan shows his Israel Hasbara (propaganda) in the poem, entitled, Neighborhood bully, which goes like ….
Well, the neighborhood bully, he’s just one man,
His enemies’ say he’s on their land.
They got him outnumbered about a million to one;
He got no place to escape to, no place to run.
He’s the neighborhood bully.
The neighborhood bully just lives to survive,
He’s criticized and condemned for being alive.
He’s not supposed to fight back, he’s supposed to have thick skin,
He’s supposed to lay down and die when his door is kicked in.
He’s the neighborhood bully…….
On November 18, 2016, Australian writer, author and human rights activist Gideon Polya, PhD, in an article exposed Bob Dylan’s evil Zionist propaganda in the poem.
“Like Bob Dylan, the pro-Zionist, Jewish Canadian and similarly iconic singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen (1934-2016) repeatedly visited Apartheid Israel and hence lent legitimacy to the Apartheid rogue state. It is too late for the late Leonard Cohen who died on 7 November 2016, to no longer turn his head and pretend that he just doesn’t see, but it is not too late for 2016 Literature Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan to heed the words of Blowin’ in the wind (listen below) in relation to Apartheid Israel and the ongoing Palestinian Genocide,” Polya said.