Talk:Dana International

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Dana International[edit]

what is Dana International? A golf tournament? A corporation? A hotel? Kingturtle 19:36 24 May 2003 (UTC)

Last I checked, Dana International was an israelian transexual singer. What she has to do with Romania is obscure to me. --FvdP 19:38 24 May 2003 (UTC)

I'm confused too - the only links to this article are from the Eurovision Song Contest general article, and the 1998 ESC article. I don't see any Romanian connection. Arwel 20:33 24 May 2003 (UTC)

I copied this info into Prime ministers of Romania. Kingturtle 20:45 24 May 2003 (UTC)

arabic[edit]

Dana International is jewish, but Arabic is an official language in Israel. Dana herself understands Arabic and has fanbases in Arabic speaking countries as well, i.e. Egypt. Source: Interview by Geir Skogseth

Dana's parent are from Yemen. Yemenis are ethnic Arab and while most are Moslem there are also Yemenis who are Jewish, Christian, and Hindu. [1] Groovymaster (talk)

What does this mean?[edit]

I copyedited this article, but I have no idea what do do with this sentence: "He studied elementary school and then Lior and Schmulick Sa'adia who would become his dancers." What does that mean? Did he study with Lior and Schmulick? Did he study them? Someone help please.

Lola is NOT the 3rd single![edit]

It has been officially confirmed that Lola is not the 3rd single off the new album (in fact, it's not even ON the album). The 3rd single is At muchana, which is a response to Israeli media flaming Dana. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 84.230.190.4 (talk) 09:32, August 22, 2007 (UTC)

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