Music, sweet music : iTunes opens a Lebanese store
Published December 6th, 2012 - 06:51 GMT
The main Lebanese to use the new iTunes store will be those who long for the sounds of home but ar living abroad; easy to make Stuffed Grape Leaves; why being Saudi can be confusing; and Kuwaitis enjoy their flashy motorcycles.
At first glance, the newly announced Lebanese iTunes store is destined to fail.
Think of it for a moment: Who in their right mind in Lebanon will buy a song online when the illegal market for music in Lebanon is so rampant and copyright law-enforcement is completely absent?
This is his bio:
"In my pursuance for happiness I found that freedom opens more choices for dilemmas, that power wears out the soul, that money buys more emptiness, and that love turns into a mirage once we chase it!"
And apparently what makes him really happy is stuffed grape leaves.