From Mashrou3 Leila To Our Freedoms: Religious Censorship in Lebanon Is Killing The Country — A Separate State of Mind | A Blog by Elie Fares


Picture this, a song released over 3 years ago is suddenly noticed by the collective praying masses, and crucifixes are drawn. Picture this, a meme posted on a Facebook page lands you in court. It’s not a meme you even did. This is what is happening with Mashrou3 Leila, the top Lebanese band that has […]

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