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Jowan Safadi, (Arabic: جوان صفدي, pronounced Joe-wan Sah-fa-dee), born in 1973, is a Palestinian musician, author, and composer, born in Nazareth having resided in Beersheba, and lives today in Haifa. He sings in Arabic and uses both Hebrew and English to convey messages that criticize the current political situation in which the Palestinians live. Safadi has traveled to Finland, and also went on a tour of performances in Northern Europe. Jowan Safadi is considered a controversial artist, as he was persecuted by the Israeli authorities, and the Jordanian police detained him in Amman in 2012 on charges of insulting religion. This does not mean that he does not have an audience. On the contrary, Jowan relied on the method of crowd funding to produce his latest album "Depart from the East and Sing of it."
After that, he released several singles under the name "Jowan Safadi"; The most famous of them are: "Ogre" and "Who Wants to Ride Us?" Album "Nimrod" (2011) Jown was one of the founders of the musical group "Fish Smak", which is classified as a rock band. The band released four songs, the most famous of which are: "In the Embrace of the Occupation". (2014) They formed a duet with Jebus Khoury, whom they named "Abu El-Jar" and released an album of the same title that includes seven songs In addition to singles such as: "Being Arab" and "Always Alive" Album Depart From the East and sing of it and Singles (2019) Jowan Safadi: guitar and vocals Darwish: Guitar Jamil Matar: Drums Nizar Matar: Synthesizer Tamer Omri: Bass. "Super White People" (2019)
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