A clip of the star's first ever concert in Israel.
Justin Bieber has performed for the first time in Israel to a crowd of screaming fans.
The star, famous for the song Baby, was greeted with rapturous applause when he took to the stage at Hayarkon Park.
The Canadian teenager, whose manager Scooter Braun is Jewish, arrived in Israel on Monday morning and checked in at Tel Aviv's Sheraton Hotel.
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The teenage singer behind Baby and other hits temporarily outsmarts the Israeli paparazzi.
The Justin Bieber-Benjamin Netanyahu "summit" has become the latest to fall foul of PR and spin.
The teenage singer, in Israel for the first time to perform in Tel Aviv on Thursday, was understood to have asked for a meeting with Israel's Prime Minister.
"I perform everywhere – in Christian and Muslim countries, and definitely in Israel too. I have family here and I like this country.
"A woman in the hotel stopped me and asked if I was Bieber. I'm going to make it a rule to stay in the same hotel as he does everywhere I go."
Justin Bieber has hit out at the paparazzi for photographing him inside a church in Israel.
The star, who is set to perform in Tel Aviv's Hayarkon Park on Thursday – his first show in Israel– complained on Twitter that more respect should be shown in holy paces.
"Amazing place...I’m in the holy land and I am grateful for that.
"I just want to have the same personal experience that others have here."
The biggest teenage pop star on the planet has landed in Israel.
Justin Bieber, the singing sensation behind hits including Baby and One Time is to play Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv on Thursday.
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