Born as an Israeli Samaritan, along with her siblings Tsedaka formally converted to Judaism at the age of 18. She played and sang on various TV shows and children video cassettes. She also released some singles to the Israeli radio.
In the 2006 elections for the Knesset, she stood for the Green Party, but was not elected. More recently, she has issued a CD called Barashet (the Samaritan pronunciation of Bereshit, Book of Genesis), containing the first few verses of the Samaritan Pentateuch.
She has two children (born in 1997 and 2011).
- Sofi Tsedaka on IMDb
- Friedman, Matti (2007-03-18). "Israeli sings for her estranged people". Associated Press. Yahoo! News. pp. (Sun March 18, 2007, 2:45 PM ET). Archived from the original on 2007-03-26.
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