Syrian singer Asalah Nasri is preparing to record a new song titled “Ah Lao Hal Kursi Bihki” (Only if this chair can speak), which is her special dedication to demonstrators and revolutionaries in Syria, who are calling for the resignation of President Bashar Al Asad and his government.
The song talks about the injustice practiced by Bashar and his government and the cruel punishments they are imposing on protesters who are calling for reform and demanding to live in a democratic country where their basic rights are practiced.
The song is composed by Asalah and distributed by Hussein Al Najar, and is expected to be aired during the upcoming Muslim holiday Eid Al Fitr, which comes directly after the holy month of Ramadan.
Asalah has been crucially attacked in the recent period for her support of revolutionaries and publicly opposing President Bashar Al Asad. Asalah has been considered by many to be a traitor and the most recent attack against her was by Syrian actress Raghda, who said that Asalah had sold her blood and country.