July 18, 2012, - 3:58 pm

After Schlussel, Reader Inquiry, L’Oreal Dumps Pro-Hitler/Hezbollah “Arab Ambassador”

By Debbie Schlussel

Last week, I told you about Najwa Karam, the Hezbollah-supporting fan of Hitler, who said on Lebanese television that her ideal guy would be part Hitler. As I also told you, Lebanese sources reported that Karam had Syrian officers as her bodyguards throughout Lebanon. Her music videos are posted on several Hezbollah channels on YouTube. I also told you that Karam, a judge on “Arabs Got Talent” and one of the most successful recording artists in the Middle East over the last decade, was the first Arab face of L’Oreal cosmetics. But, today, after I and DebbieSchlussel.com reader Janet Ellen Levy contacted L’Oreal, the cosmetics company fired Ms. Karam as its “Arab Ambassador.” I received written confirmation from both L’Oreal’s international spokeswoman and its American one. Alhamdillullah [praise allah]:




Aleikum Salaam, Kalbeh: L’Oreal Cosmetics Says Buh-Bye to “Arab Ambassador” & Hitler/Hezbollah Fan Najwa Karam

From: CARSON PARKER Stephanie
Date: Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 12:52 PM
Subject: TR: Press Inquiry Regarding Najwa Karam . . .
To: writedebbie@gmail.com

Dear Ms Schlussel,

Your email requesting a written response to your question was forwarded to me. Our response is the following :

“L’Oreal Paris has decided to end its collaboration with Najwa Karam, following her comments made on a recent TV program.”

Please feel free to quote me as spokesperson for the company if you wish to do so.

Best regards

Stéphanie CARSON-PARKER
L’Oréal
Head of External Communications


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From: DAVIDOWITZ Suzie
Date: Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 11:55 AM
Subject: Najwa Karam
To: writedebbie@gmail.com

Hi Debbie,

Although Najwa Karam is not a spokesperson for L’Oreal Paris in the US, here is a statement for you:

“L’Oreal Paris has decided to end its collaboration with Najwa Karam, following her comments made on a recent TV program.”

Thanks and best,

Suzie Davidowitz
Corporate Communications
L’Oreal USA

I’m glad L’Oreal did the right thing by telling Ms. Karam, “You’re NOT Worth It.” Now, if only Right to Life of Missouri would have the same kind of conscience and withdraw its endorsement of MD Rabbi Alam, a Muslim candidate for Secretary of State, who said Jews were behind 9/11.

But the cosmetics company has more guts than an organization that pretends to stand for life, yet stands by bigotry. Shame on them, and kudos to L’Oreal.

As to Najwa Karam, Ma’a Salamah, Sharmutah [Buh-bye, Ho].

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