Sabih and the other singers and musicians sing mocking songs, deriding IS and the brutal laws imposed on its people, especially on women.
What is interesting is that all these songs can be characterized as Gulf folk music, which proves that these videos were made by people from the Gulf.Moreover, there were videos showing Gulf poets falsely praising and deriding one another. Some were crying out their support for IS, while others were denouncing the group.
Angry backlashes against IS have become increasingly common among Syrians, who are suffering the most at the hands of the violent group.
In April 2014, Rasha Abbas, Batoul Mohammed, Gerard Aghapashian and Amen al-Arnad produced a video dubbed “I love death,” which was also created in collaboration with the Bidayyat Foundation. In the video, Abbas plays the role of a Syrian television presenter, who is wearing too much makeup and speaks with a heavy Arabic accent. She interviews a primary school student who sings charmingly and speaks eloquently.
Source: Al Hayat