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Hatari band members, waving a banner in the colors of the Palestinian flag.

Hatari's Display of Palestinian Flag Causes Controversy

20 May “We have not received anything from EBU [the European Broadcasting Union], and we’ll wait and see whether that happens.”

Hatari made it to the grand final.

Hatari Qualifies for Eurovision Grand Final

15 May For the first time since 2014, Iceland has qualified for the Eurovision grand final, scheduled for Saturday night in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Guðbjörg, during Sunday's service, wearing the spiked strap.

Spreads Love with Spikes and Hatari Lyrics

14 May A highly innovative and bold minister in South Iceland has found a way to connect with her young confirmands.

Hatari, at the opening ceremony party Saturday night.

Will Hatari Prevail?

13 May Iceland’s representatives at the Eurovision song contest this year in Tel Aviv, Israel, have received great attention, mbl.is reports.

These fans of the band Hatari, representing Iceland at Eurovision, insist that life does have a purpose, despite Hatari's lyrics.

Life Has Purpose, Hatari Fans Insist

8 May Anticipation is mounting in Iceland for the Eurovision Song Contest, to be held in Tel Aviv, Israel, May 14-18.

Matthew Tan.

Young man from Singapore does Hatari cover

11 Mar Matthew Tan from Singapore has made an impressive cover of Hatari's song Hate will prevail, or Hatrið mun sigra, Iceland's contribution to the Eurovision Song Contest. His Icelandic is actually very impressive.

Klemens Hannigan, Einar Hrafn Stefánsson and Matthías Tryggvi of Hatari.

Hatari's drummer is the son of Iceland's ambassador to the UK

6 Mar Hatari's family ties lead directly to the Icelandic ministry of foreign affairs, RÚV reports. If the dark techno presentation of hate offends Israel they at least have plenty of diplomatic connections to help them out of trouble.

Hatari are already receiving strong criticism in the Israeli press.

"Europe will look into a mirror"

4 Mar Hatari, the cyber goth-techno band that will be representing Iceland at the Eurovision song say the next step in their plan is to present Hatari and their views to Israeli media. Hatari has already received strong criticism in the Israeli press.

Hatari have a very provocative stage appearance.

Bondage clad underground techno band becomes Iceland's Eurovision entry

3 Mar Icelandic band Hatari won the Eurovision song contest prelimenaries yesterday evening and will therefore represent Iceland in Tel Aviv. They beat the saccharin sweet Eurovision veteran Friðrik Ómar by a majority of public votes.

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