“We’re all overweight in my family…We have a saying that if you don’t have diabetes, you’re not a Kuwaiti,” said Fadli, 49. .
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BAGHDAD (Reuters Life!) – Attacks on art in Tunisia by Salafi Islamists are mainly driven by frustration over the injustices of daily life in the North African country rather than pure religious ideology, a Tunisian revolutionary singer said.
Emel Mathlouthi, whose songs about liberty inspired Tunisian pro-democracy protesters, said economic inequality was one of the main causes of recent violence and that if anything she had experienced more artistic freedom since the revolution.