Amal Hijazi denies promoting homosexuality
Lebanese singer Amal Hijazi denied recent allegations that she is promoting the concept of homosexuality, by wearing a t-shirt in her most recent music video "Baya El Ward" (The Florist) that had several symbols imprinted on it, which belong to a garment manufacturer that specializes in clothing for homosexuals.
At a press conference she held in Dubai to announce the launch of her album, Amal clarified that she did not know what the symbols on the shirt meant or that she never thought to find out when she chose to wear it.
According to the UAE based daily, Al Bayan, Amal stressed that she comes from a very conservative family and would never promote for anything that is against the teaching of Islam.
Amal accused journalists of throwing matters out of proportion without investigating into the matters they write about.
After her album "Mistani Aih" (What are you Waiting for), Amal returned to the scenes with a new album "Baya’ El Ward" under the production of Rotana.’
Amal acquired a shocking new look to accompany her new release. She has gone to the extreme and cut her hair shorter than that of an ordinary man, and it is yet to be seen whether her fans will accept this new image.
The singer recently returned from a successful tour in Australia alongside Lebanese impersonator Bassem Faghali and television host Tony Khalifa, who hosted all of the concerts. During the tour, ‘Studio Al Phan,’ Bassem, and Tony held a surprise birthday party for Amal.