After attacks in Israel, Bruno Mars cancels Tel Aviv concert

by Patria

Bruno Mars canceled a concert in Tel Aviv, Israel on Saturday following deadly terrorist attacks in the south of the country.

Fighters from the Islamic fundamentalist Palestinian militant group Hamas crossed the border from the Gaza Strip in the early hours of Saturday morning and launched attacks on civilians and military personnel. The Israeli death toll from the attacks rose to more than 600 by Sunday.

With Israel declaring a state of war and rockets being fired across the border, the Uptown Funk singer canceled his performance at Tel Aviv’s Park HaYarkon venue.

“The Bruno Mars concert scheduled for tonight has been canceled,” read an Instagram post from Live Nation Israel. “All ticket purchases for the show will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to make the purchase. We stand with the residents of Israel, the IDF fighters and the security forces in these difficult moments.”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country was “at war,” with forces moving into Gaza to retaliate against Hamas and degrade its military capabilities.

At least 198 Palestinians were killed in airstrikes Saturday, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza.

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