Talk:Eurovision Song Contest 1979
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Lies, lies. The reason that turkey did not participate was because it was held in jerusalem, which was an occupied city. The article claims that because turkey was a muslim singing not wanting to sing in a jewish country, nonsense. Greek, a christian country, did not participate for the same reason. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 02:48, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
Turkey withdrew less than a month before the final, supposedly due to pressure from the Arab world that it would not be suitable for a muslim nation to take part in an event in Israel.
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This sentence is fine as long as a source is provided, but seeing that there isn't one and the claim that the sentence makes, it should be omitted, so I will take it out now. Grk1011/Stephen (talk) 02:23, 29 August 2008 (UTC)
On the subject of colour television - this was also the first thing Israeli television broadcast in colour - and it showed, as the pictures kept cutting to black-and-white at times.
This was the first of three years in which three-language voting was tried. The female presenter spoke good French, the male presenter good English. Both were able to repeat the scores, not only in the other language but also in Hebrew. Most of the country names were recognisable in Hebrew, except France, Greece and Spain.