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ZF parties for Israel 63

    Europe's biggest Israel Independence Day event is due to take place in London next month.

    The Zionist Federation's Israel 63 Yom Ha'atzmaut party will feature singer Einat Sarouf.

    Young Israeli performers Adi Bouskila, Gilan Shahof, Yael Erez and Ido Shavit, who were due to perform at Yom Ha'atzmaut last year, but were grounded due to the volcanic ash incident, will also be there.

    The party will take place in north London on May 10, 24 hours after Israel Connect, the ZF's youth division, hosts a club night for younger revellers in Camden.

    Both events are supported by the Israeli Embassy in London.

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