Over forty years after barring the Beatles from playing a concert there, Israel wants the Beatles to play a concert there in celebration of it's own 60th anniversary. Considering half the Beatles are dead, you would be treated to an evening of Paul McCartney songs bookended by "Yellow Submarine" and "Octopus' Garden".
It seems the Beatles were booked to play a concert there in 1965, until the government refused to grant them the necessary permits because their music might corrupt the morals of the country. You know, with those obscene songs like "I Want To Hold Your Hand" or "I'm Happy Just To Dance With You".
Of course, the Israeli government somehow managed to get morally corrupt with out the aid of the Beatles, so messages were sent to the two remaining Beatles, as well as the CEO of the Beatles Story