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
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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.

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