Iraqi media said that during her last concert in Baghdad this week, the Lebanese singer Elissa wore a bulletproof shield specially designed for her by a German company.
After the concert ended, Elissa tweeted, via her Twitter account, saying: “One of the most beautiful concerts she has ever given, thank you loved ones in Iraq, thank you to Baghdad, in love with this wonderful city.”
And Elisa performed her first concert in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, amid a warm welcome from the Iraqi public. And she opened her ceremony with a speech in which she said that one of her wishes was to sing in Baghdad and that it was finally fulfilled, adding that she is weak in front of the Iraqi people because they resemble the Lebanese people with the harsh conditions they have gone through.
Elissa sang to her Iraqi audience the song Warda “Wahshtouni” and the Iraqi national anthem “Mawtani”, in addition to the song “Fi Ayounak” that the audience had been waiting for, especially the clip in which she says, “Collect all the roses of Baghdad.”
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