The Kabbalah enthusiast, who will play the final concert of her world tour in Tel Aviv on September 1, was said to have remained there for 30 minutes, reports the Daily Star. The singer arrived with her children in the city early on Sunday for the gigs, her first in Israel since 1993.
She was previously reported to have plans to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Opposition Leader Tzipi Livni during her stay in the country.
London, (ANI): Cops reportedly escorted Madonna as she toured Jerusalem ahead of her performances as part of her Sticky and Sweet world tour. The Queen of Pop was taken through the Old City where she visited an ancient tunnel near the Western Wall.