Lebanese singer Elissa performs at a concert in Beirut, Oct. 28, 2006. (Reuters/Fadi Ghalioum)
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The Lebanese pop star Elissa, one of the top-selling artists in the Middle East, who has sold millions of records worldwide, announced Monday that she will quit what she called the "mafia-like" music industry.Elissa's popularity is attributable to more than just her music. In addition to her more than a dozen albums and compilations, and her multiple international music awards, in August of last year Elissa released a seven-minute video describing her battle with cancer, titled "Ila Kol Elli Bihebbouni" ("For All Those Who Love Me").The video documents her journey with breast cancer and radiotherapy treatment.
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