Guns N'Rabbis

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The Independent Online
The heavy metal band Guns N'Roses drew a crowd of 50,000 fans in Tel Aviv on Saturday for its first Israeli concert, amid sharp criticism from several rabbis, AFP reports from Tel Aviv.

The lead singer, Axl Rose, was applauded when he swapped his T-shirt of Christ for one with a Star of David. A right-wing rabbi, Yossef Bagad, disagreed: 'They are late risers, drink, take drugs and . . . pollute Israeli youth.'