Fayrouz, the “First Lady of Lebanese Singing”, performs the song of Joseph Harb and Filemon Wehbe, Palestine Doors, with photos of doors in Palestine photographed by Maysa Alshaer.
You will have to forgive me again for posting media uploaded by anti-Israeli, pro-Palestinian sources but music is music, doors are doors, and art is art. I pray that some day Israelis and Arabs can visit each other’s homes and pass through doors of peace.
أدعو الله أن يتمكن الإسرائيليون والعرب يومًا ما من زيارة منازل بعضهم البعض وأن يعبروا أبواب السلام
Fayrouz Sings: Al Aboub – Palestinian Doors
Al Aboub – Palestinian Doors
Songs and Pictures From Palestine – Palestine Doors
- Lyrics: Joseph Harb
- Composed by: Filemon Wehbe
- The singer is the famous Fayrouz
- The photos are by Maysa Alshaer
Nouhad Wadie’ Haddad (نهاد وديع حداد; born November 21, 1935), known as Fayrouz (فيروز), is a Lebanese singer who is one of the most admired and influential singers in the Arab world. Her songs are constantly heard across the region and broadcast on the radios each morning. She is also known as an icon in modern Arabic music and has sold over 150 million records worldwide, making her and Umm Kulthum the two best-selling Middle-Eastern artists of all time.
Throughout her life had been a dedicated advocate of the Palestinian cause. She has devoted numerous songs and performances to Palestinian issues. Even so the Lebanese singer Fayrouz is fashionable today in Israel. The Israeli mainstream is opening up to Arab music, whether sung by musicians from the Arab world or by local singers.