An Animated Song On Women’s Rights & Gender Equality in #Lebanon

"In My Hand" is an animated song about gender equality and women rights. It was written by Michelle Keserwany & Noel Keserwany, the same girls who wrote "Zaffatleh el tari2" and "Panique bil Parlement". Women in Lebanon still have a long way to go to reach true and complete equality with men. Two of the most critical aspects that need to be addressed are violence against women, mainly domestic violence, and the nationality law as…
Humor

Ana Rayi7 3a Dubai

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Sad but true. I’m not going anywhere though (till now). ...
Critiques

Elias Rahbani Says Lebanese Music at an All-Time low, Writes Songs for Myriam Klink

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I admire Elias el Rahbani as a composer and an artist and I’ve been to two of his concerts however I don’t think he should be complaining about how bad Lebanese music is these days ...
Critiques

There are No Streets Named After Fairouz or Saba7 in Lebanon

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Humor

Rola Yammout’s Video Explained

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This is hilarious! Thanks Elie! ...
Humor

Pokemon Theme Song – Arabic Version

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Source: Arabish Here’s a funny Arabic interpretation of Pokemon theme song by Arabish but those Pokemons on their mouths are a bit creepy, especially Pikachu. Here’s the Karaoke version: [YouTube] ...
Lebanon

The Worst Lebanese Music Video of 2016 (So Far)

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Rola Yammout’s video clip is a new low for Lebanese music videos. This is even worse than the Banana song by Zeezee M. [YouTube] ...
Events

What Happened at Avicii’s Concert Yesterday?

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I had two regular tickets to Avicii’s concert yesterday but I couldn’t go so I gave them to a friend who was grateful at first but was furious this morning when I called him to ...
Lebanon

British Singer Seal Sheds Light On Local Talent During His Beirut Visit

1 year ago
Original Story via Stepfeed British Soul and R&B singer Seal was visiting Beirut and held a great, but sort of short, concert on Thursday at the Beiteddine Festival. During his stay, Seal dropped by Beirut ...
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