Fadel Shamandour – known by his stage name Fadel Shaker – has repeatedly affirmed his retirement, asking audiences not to listen to his songs so as not to increase his religious immorality. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The record label confirmed on Facebook that the song would be launched for Eid al-Fitr, noting that Shaker had recorded the song before retiring.Shaker, alongside firebrand Ahmad al-Assir and the preacher's militias, fought pitched battles with the Lebanese Army in the summer of 2013 that killed more than 20 soldiers along with 28 gunmen loyal to Assir.Assir's most notorious protege, Shaker alleged that he personally murdered two members of the Army during the 2013 attacks.
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