Although they didn't answer my initial query about this, when I published the post they responded back (to a blog aggregator tweeter):
Hi,— STINGRAY MUSIC (@stingraymusic) July 24, 2019
Thank you for bringing this technical glitch to our attention! Rest assured that our music curators adapt the content of the channels to local markets: this display error will be fixed within the next few hours!
Indeed, the offensive language has been removed, and I thank Stingray Music for acting so quickly.
Their explanation still seems a little sour. They seem to be saying that their curators will create a station for some local markets (presumably Arab countries, but maybe more) that specifically exclude Israeli artists. The "technical glitch" was in exposing the station title to the countries that don't demand that Israeli music be censored out.
If that is true, it might make sense economically but it is a quite cowardly position to take.