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Madonna turns correspondent for Israeli newspaper

Madonna's article on her conversion to Kaballah has been displayed on the front page of with a byline.

Written by Agencies | London |
July 30, 2009 10:05:48 am

‘Queen of Pop’ Madonna has turned correspondent for Israel’s biggest newspaper.

The 50-year-old pop star’s article on her conversion to the Jewish cult of Kaballah has been displayed prominently on the front page of ‘Yediot Ahronot’ with a byline.

The article titled ‘How My Life Changed’ was translated into Hebrew by the paper and an excerpt of it was published Wednesday while the full article will be published tomorrow.

In her article,the controversial singer describes her religious awakening more than a decade ago.

The singer who was born a Christian had alienated the Church with her antics including her many sexually explicit stage shows where she had appeared crucified.

The ‘Material Girl’ is an astute follower of Kaballah and has adopted the Hebrew name of Esther and studies Jewish mysticism.

She had also made a private pilgrimage to Israel in 2004 and will perform two shows in the country in September as part of her ‘Sticky & Sweet’ international tour.

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