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I've noticed that for more than one year now, Jewish and Israeli music have never been listed as a category. I've seen categories for everything from "Christian", "Arab" and "Ramadan" to random categories like "Anime", "Cooking & Dining" and even "The Joe Rogan" experience (um, OK?). Why would a category that is equally relevant and/or a category that I suspect many would say is even more relevant than say The Joe Rogan experience, never show up as a category? It seems rather unethical, or at least purposeful.
I also find it strange that there's not even a playlist created by Spotify for the Jewish music let alone the separate genre/category. On the contrary they do have a lot of playlists and the separate category for the Arabic music, for example.
Apple Music does have Apple made playlists for the Jewish music at least.