TV learned that “Norway has a long history of defending human rights, and I would personally like to extend political asylum on behalf of the Norwegian Government if she manages to make it to Norway.” – “Showing off your body is a human right, even if you are hot and there is snow outside.We don’t care about such minor details,” the official explains, before pointing out that he now thinks Lebanon looks like a fantastic place to hit the slopes.But no, she did not get famous for her skills as a master skistress, rather, for the almost-nude pictures and recently published video of Chamoun’s behind the scenes shoot in the beautiful snowy mountains of Lebanon.In fact, the viral video reached the homeland of skiing, Norway, today.Baring it all in the conservative Middle East is apparently a huge problem, and lately with the rise of aggressive Islamist groups, it has become even more image-tarring to take your clothes off in public than blowing up a bus. Chamoun, 22, is one of two athletes representing Lebanon at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.Now, after the 3-year old photos surfaced, she might face problems returning back to her home country.Elham has worked and showcased her art in her native country, in London and in Beirut, where some of her paintings notably have been put on display at the prestigious Sursock Museum.In envisioning ‘Beit Al Wadi’, Rabih superposed a contemporary outlook on traditional Lebanese architecture.
| More photos: Visions of Sochi "The video and photos that you are now seeing are part of the making of the preparation, it wasn't supposed to go public," Chamoun said.
Chamoun has denied that she posed nude publicly on her Facebook page, saying that the behind the scenes images were not for publication.
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The skier added: "Anyways, I want to apologize to all of you.
I know that Lebanon is a conservative country and this is not the image that reflects our culture. "Now that I'm at the Olympic Games, these photos that I never before saw are being shared.