Israel: How the Eurovision jury voted

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Next country to announce the way its professional jury voted on the Eurovision 2009 finalist entries is Israel. The country has given the maximum score to Iceland's Yohanna, followed by Norway and France. One of the five members of the Israeli jury was esctoday's very own editor Itamar Barak.

The Israeli jury was chaired by Moshe Morad, musical editor and radio presenter at IBA. The other four members were Haya Zell, manager of IBA's musical archive; Nurit Bat Shahar Zafrir, lyricst, Tahel Zimmerman, musician, and Itamar Barak, journalist and an esctoday.com editor.

These are the complete results of the Israeli jury:

  • 1 pt – Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • 2 pts – Malta
  • 3 pts – Croatia
  • 4 pts – Moldova
  • 5 pts – United Kingdom
  • 6 pts – Armenia
  • 7 pts – Turkey
  • 8 pts – France
  • 10 pts – Norway
  • 12 pts – Iceland

Below you can see the combined result of jury vote and televote in Israel:

  • 1 pt – Moldova
  • 2 pts – Ukraine
  • 3 pts – Turkey
  • 4 pts – United Kingdom
  • 5 pts – France
  • 6 pts – Azerbaijan
  • 7 pts – Russia
  • 8 pts – Armenia
  • 10 pts – Iceland
  • 12 pts – Norway

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