Sunday 22 November 2020
The artist, Muhammad Jumaa, used some verses of the poem “No Reconciliation” by the late poet Amal Dunqul, after the spread of a picture of the star Muhammad Ramadan with the Israeli singer Omir Adam, which sparked widespread controversy on social networking sites.
“Do not reconcile even if they give you gold,” Jumaa wrote, through his account on the “Facebook” site. “You see, when I wake up your eyes, then confirm two gems in their place … Do you see? They are things that cannot be bought.”
A picture published by the Emirati journalist Hamad Al Mazrouei, in which he appears with the artist Mohammed Ramadan, and next to them, the Israeli singer Omir Adam, taken for them in Dubai, sparked widespread controversy on social networks.
Al Mazrouei commented on the photo he posted on his Twitter account, then deleted it, saying: “The most famous artist in Egypt with the most famous artist in Israel, Dubai brings us together.”
After that, the official page in Arabic of the State of Israel on the “Facebook” website published the same picture, and “Israel speaks Arabic” commented on the picture, saying: “Art always brings us together … Egyptian star Mohamed Ramadan with Israeli singer Omir Adam in Dubai.”
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