In Jerusalem, Moses Levi tells CNN the story of his transition from nine years in prison to his religious conversion.
“I am not rapping about Kadish or Shabbat shalom – that’s not the music I make. It’s really just a change in direction – the anger is still there, you dig? The outrage is sill there at the profanity and obscenity of poverty. I am still angry that people are suffering in Palestine, the people who aren’t terrorists. I am angry (Israeli soldier) Gilad Shalit is captive right now the way I was in captivity – but it’s just a different way to channel that anger.”