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Jagal el USEK: A Success Story.

Michelle Keserwany’s Jagal el USEK is more than a song; it is a social satire. In Lebanese Arabic, the word “Jagal” (the etymology of which is extremely enigmatic) can be translated as “lady killer” given to pretentious display, a conceited … Continue reading

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