MP3: 'Arab Idol' Finalist Delivers Sweet Music, Palestinian Pride

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\'Arab Idol\' Finalist Delivers Sweet Music, Palestinian Pride MP3

In the Arab world's version of American Idol, a young singer from the isolated Gaza Strip is hitting the high notes of Palestinian hope. Supporters say a victory by Mohammad Assaf, a finalist in the competition, would be a victory for art, which has been long neglected in Gaza.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us Source: npr.org

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