Hussein Al Jasmi and composed an Israeli band, so what is...

Hussein Al Jasmi and composed an Israeli band, so what is...
Hussein Al Jasmi and composed an Israeli band, so what is...
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The pioneers of social networking sites in a number of Arab countries launched a violent attack on the Emirati artist, Hussein Al Jasmi, after giving an Israeli band a melody of his melodies on the occasion of the normalization of relations between the UAE and Israel.

The Israeli band called “Al-Nour” used the melody of the famous Al Jasmi song, “I love you,” which he composed and released in 2018, and re-distributed it. And it was published Through Her YouTube channel.

The Israeli band said on its YouTube account, “The prestige is a tribute to the normalization agreement,” which the band described as “inspiring the nation,” and that this clip is “a tribute to the UAE.”

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Emirati Minister of Culture and Youth Noura bint Muhammad Al-Kaabi tweeted, “The Israeli Al-Nour Band presents a beautiful music composed by Emirati artist Hussein Al Jasmi on the occasion of the peace treaty,” adding in Hebrew: “I will love you.”

The pioneers of social networking sites launched the hashtag # Shame_yak_y_MyBody, through which they launched an attack on the Emirati singer, surprising his cooperation with the Israeli band.

Rashid said: “Hussein al-Jasmi and many Arab faces, the fake Arab mask has fallen from their faces, and Palestine and the Palestinian cause remains and extends within us and through the generations to me, and if the whole world tends to be inclined to us, we do not turn away from our cause by providing us with strength, determination and honor. Long live a free and Arab Palestine.”

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A number of the tweeters defended the Emirati artist, considering that Al Jasmi has nothing to do with the Israeli artwork.

Yazan said: “The original song was followed by Hussein Al Jasmi, its name is“ I love you ”, and it is composed by the violin. For Fayrouz 50 years ago, for example, he did not enter the god.

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For his part, Emirati artist Hussein Al Jasmi responded to the campaign against him with a tweet in which he said: “I am dead … so be nice.”

Palestinian activists denounced Al-Jasmi’s participation in the Israeli artwork, “which was depicted on the rubble of Palestinian villages wiped from the face of the earth,” as they said.

Arkan said: “The guilt of the dog is not moderate, a group that wronged the body by bullying and accusing him?” Hussein al-Jasmi participates in composing a new Israeli song that begins with a message of thanks to the Emirates from the Israeli president and was filmed in “Tel Aviv” on the rubble of our Palestinian villages that were wiped off the face of the earth. “.

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The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed an agreement for normalization with Israel, in the White House under the auspices of US President Donald .

Trump described the event at the time as an “extraordinary day for the world that would set history on a new course,” and praised what he called “the dawn of a new Middle East.”

The three countries – the UAE, Bahrain and Israel – hailed the agreements as historic.

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