Shaaban delivers musical punch to anti-Islam film
Egyptian folk singer Shaaban Abdel Rahim has dealt the latest punch against the blasphemous 'Innocence of Muslims' film that sparked unrest across the Arab world last week.
Just as it says on the tin, Shabaan's new song 'Al Isa’ah Lilrasool Qilat Adab Qilat Usool' (Demeaning the Prophet is Ill Mannered and Shows Lack of Ethics) puts music to the embittered feelings of his fellow Muslims
And that's not all - Shaaban also takes the opportunity to attack the United States and Israel for their ties with the makers of the film.
With emotions still running high, the singer plans to release a music video for the track so that he can begin spreading the message on Arab TV.
Do you think that singers should play a role in the 'Innocence of Muslims' debate or should they stay out of it?
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