A Bahraini boutique owner demands legal actions to be taken against Ahlam
A Bahraini court is currently looking into a lawsuit filed by a local boutique owner against UAE singer Ahlam demanding that she be forbidden from leaving the country. The complaint was filed over the fact that the owner of the store claims that the singer is in debt to him for an amount of over 8 thousand Dinars.
The complaint was filed when Ahlam had already left Bahrain, but it was revealed that if she is not present when the trial is held, the verdict, demanding her return within two weeks of the trial date, will be made and published in local newspapers. It was added that Ahlam's absence from the hearing will entitle the store owner to take the case to a higher court.
Recently, Ahlam has revealed that her future plans regarding her career include a notable performance at the Lido Theater in France and a tour around the Middle East. Ahlam has stressed that her concert in France marks a significant step up in her career and is the second time in which she holds a performance there.
The singer also revealed that there are current plans to hold a duet with another Arab female singer, a first of its kind. Ahlam added that the duet will be a debate between two women who are both in love, but each has a strong personality and fights for her lover, while the other is weak and cannot manage the agony of relationships.
Ahlam held a press conference organized by Alam El Phan Record Production Company, which the singer joined recently, at the Fairmont Hotel in Dubai. The singer and Muhsin Jabir, owner of the company, talked about her a number of her upcoming projects and plans like the filming of two video clips for the songs “Allah Yeen Quloobhim” (God Help Their Hearts) and “Leah Mitdaig” (Why Are You Upset).
On June 15, 2003 marked the happiest day for Ahlam, as she tied the knot to her first and only love Mubarak Al Hajiri. The big event took place at the Grand Hyatt in Dubai with the presence of a large number of Arab singers and important figures.
Ahlam had refused to give out her wedding pictures to the media saying she wants to keep them to herself. She added that memories for an occasion like this should be kept to herself and her husband and do not need to be published on all tabloids. –Albawaba.com
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