Just another day in Dar al Islam. via Aerosmith Cancels Indonesia Concert Over Security Fears | Billboard.
An Aerosmith concert promoter says the band has canceled next week’s show in Indonesia over security concerns, one day after news surfaced about an alleged bomb plot at the Myanmar Embassy.
Helmi Sugara, event organizer spokesman, said Sunday that the legendary American rockers were scheduled to perform May 11 before a nearly sold-out crowd of 15,000 in the capital, Jakarta.
He said the band canceled Saturday, a day after Indonesia announced it had arrested two suspected militants with bombs.
Meanwhile, all Justin Bieber’s pandering to Muslims didn’t prevent a Muslim from jumping on stage and attacking him in Dubai:
A crazed fan stormed onstage and grabbed singer Justin Bieber from behind on Sunday in Dubai during the middle of a piano performance.
The 19-year-old Canadian pop star was performing one of his last songs, Believe, when a youth in a white shirt and jeans blindsided the unsuspecting singer.
Bieber managed to free himself and dashed to the side of the stage.
Bieber also performed on Saturday in Dubai as part of his international Believe Tour and pulled a song out of respect for the country’s Muslim culture.
Bieber skipped the song One Less Lonely Girl because the state religion of Islam frowns upon men touching women who are not their relatives.
Frowns upon? They kill.
The singer typically recruits a young female fan to join him during the song to flirt with onstage.
The respectful move followed another thoughtful incident on his international Believe Tour that occurred recently in Turkey.
The Boyfriend singer paused his show multiple times on Thursday to allow fans to step away for the Muslim call to prayer.
A show in Oman reportedly was cancelled because the nation deemed his act ‘too sexy.’
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