Lebanese Pop Sensation and Avid Critic of Nasrallah Is in Hot Water for Her Latest Duet

Despite her support of women’s rights, Elissa collaborated with Saad Lamjarred, who evaded rape charges in Paris with the help of Morocco’s royal family

Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab

After everyone applauded her for declarations she made against Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah and the Iranian regime, Lebanese singer Elissa has jolted the Arab world by recording a duet with Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred, who has been accused of sexual assault and rape.

Click the alert icon to follow topics:

Comments

SUBSCRIBERS JOIN THE CONVERSATION FASTER

Automatic approval of subscriber comments.

Subscribe today and save 40%

Already signed up? LOG IN

ICYMI

Election ad featuring Yair Lapid in Rahat, the largest Arab city in Israel's Negev region.

This Bedouin City Could Decide Who Is Israel's Next Prime Minister

Dr. Claris Harbon in the neighborhood where she grew up in Ashdod.

A Women's Rights Lawyer Felt She Didn't Belong in Israel. So She Moved to Morocco

Mohammed 'Moha' Alshawamreh.

'It Was Real Shock to Move From a Little Muslim Village, to a Big Open World'

From the cover of 'Shmutz.'

'There Are Similarities Between the Hasidic Community and Pornography’

A scene from Netflix's "RRR."

‘RRR’: If Cocaine Were a Movie, It Would Look Like This

Prime Minister Yair Lapid.

Yair Lapid's Journey: From Late-night Host to Israel's Prime Minister