Lebanese singer Julia Boutros has once again raised her voice to the cause of the resistance, this time releasing a song addressing those fighting in Gaza.

The newly released “Al-Haq Silahi” (The Right is my Weapon) is an ode to the Palestinian resistance fighting in Gaza and all those who resisted Israeli occupation.

“My people resisted the wildness of the wind/defied fear and danger/they will leave and we will stay here/the land will remain ours,” Boutros sang.

The song rejects Israeli settlements, supporting the Palestinian claim to the natural landscapes of the occupied territories.

“My home is here/my land is here/The mountains the valleys the rivers are ours,” she sings.

The voice behind several pro-resistance anthems, Boutros rose to stardom in the 1980s with a series of songs including “Ghabet Shams Al-Haq” and “Wen al-malayeen” .

In “Al-Haq Silahi,” Boutros worked with the same team: Nabil Abou Abdo wrote the lyrics, Ziad Butros composed the music and Michel Fadel took care of the musical arrangements.