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Pop Star’s New Song Based on Moscow Suicide Bomber

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Posted on July 15 2010 11:02 am
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by Alana Goodman 

A controversial new pop song might have young music fans unwittingly singing about burkas, the Taliban and, especially, loving Allah.

Pop singer phenomenon Maya Arulpragasam, also known as M.I.A., has released a new song called “Lovalot” that has raised eyebrows among music reviewers, some of whom say the lyrics show M.IA.’s sympathy for radical Muslim suicide bombers.

The British-born singer, who has openly supported the terrorist organization Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka, based her catchy new song “Lovalot” on the 17-year-old Russian “black-widow” Moscow subway bomber Dzhennet Abdurakhmanova, according to newspapers like The Guardian.

“In the deadpan electro-rap of ‘Lovalot,’ inspired by a well-publicized incident involving a slain Islamic terrorist and his vengeful suicide-bombing Russian wife, M.I.A. commiserates,” wrote Brad Wheeler in the Globe and Mail on July 13.

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