Lebanese pop idol Fadel Shaker shot to stardom crooning ballads that earned him the nickname “The King of Romance.” He disappeared as a bearded, gun-toting Sunni hard-liner in a shootout with the army in the coastal city of Sidon. Shaker’s transformation from entertainer to militant extremist spotlights a broader phenomenon in Lebanon: the drift of its Sunni Muslim community away from its traditional moderate leadership to ? in some cases ? hard-line, sectarian preachers.
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