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Hakol Over Habibi

 

Hakol Over Habibi

Hakol Over Habibi was an Israeli musical band which represented their country in Eurovision Song Contest 1981 with the song "Halayla". The band consisted of: Shlomit Aharon, Kikki Rotstein, Yuval Dor and Ami Mendelman. They had originally been offered the song "Hallelujah" as a potential Eurovision entry in 1978 but turned it down. The song went on to represent Israel in 1979 but was performed by Gali Atari and Milk and Honey.

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Gali Atari & Milk and Honey
with Hallelujah
Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest
1981
Succeeded by
Avi Toledano
with
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