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Last week we discussed the scandal sparked by the release of a controversial film in Morocco. Now, another film has been axed in Lebanon. The reason is pretty much the same: sex. His life suddenly turns upside down when he meets Thuraya, a prostitute living with a gay man.

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Skip to content. Although it's hailed as one of the most liberal countries in the region, the skier acknowledged in a Facebook post that it is still in many ways a "conservative" country. Last Wednesday, Lebanon's Sports and Youth minister even ordered an investigation into the photos, which Chamoun said were part of a photo shoot for a ski calendar and were never meant to be made public. In an explainer posted on their website, the group said, "March has of course supported [Jackie Chamoun], her personal freedom and her right to choose.

Lebanese strip off to support skier and women's rights

Switzerland-based Jackie Chamoun, 22, who is skiing for Lebanon at the Winter Games in Sochi, has apologized for photos and a video that appeared online, saying they were never meant to be published and she understood the criticism inside the conservative country. Often described as the playground of the Middle East, Lebanon is more open than many politically and socially conservative neighbors. The original photo of Chamoun, who also competed at the last Winter Olympics, was featured in a ski-calendar. The photo trend has caught on, with many young Lebanese taking their own pictures and posting them to the page, and even companies have joined in. Almaza, the popular local beer owned by Heineken, posted a photo of its green bottle, without a label.
Lebanese skier Jackie Chamoun, in Russia competing in the Sochi Olympics, has recently made headlines, but not for her sport. Nude photos of Chamoun, 22, posing topless behind skis were recently leaked to the press, drawing a harsh response from the Lebanese government. Chamoun posed for an Austrian calendar featuring male and female skiers three years ago, but some more revealing behind-the scenes photos and a video of her undressing at the shoot were circulated online the last few days. Lebanese Minister of Sports and Youth Faisal Karam demanded the Olympic committee launch an investigation over concerns it tarnishes Lebanon's reputation. In response, a social media campaign is already underway entitled "I am not naked" with the hashtag stripforjackie.