Mohamed Hilal: By
The pioneers of social networking sites in Egypt and the Arab world shared an image between the artist, Muhammad Ramadan, and an Israeli artist, while they were together, in Dubai, in the Emirates.
The source of the picture goes back to the Emirati journalist Hamad Al Mazrouei, who published it through his official account on the social networking site “Twitter”, during which “Ramadan” appeared embracing the Israeli artist, and “Hamad” wrote commenting: “The most famous artist in Egypt with the most famous artist in Israel, Dubai. We gathered. ‘
And it turned out that the artist who appeared with “Ramadan” in the picture, is the Israeli singer Amir Adam, who was born in the United States of America, on October 22, 1993, and moved with his family to settle in Israel, when he was three years old, because of the work of his father, who was He is a colonel in the Israeli army.
Amir’s first appearance in the world of singing and music is due in 2009, when he participated in the seventh season of the talent discovery program “A Star Is Born”, which is a talent discovery program in Israel, but he did not qualify for an advanced stage in the program, due to controversy over his real age. This is because the program at the time only accepted certain age groups.
The type of music presented by “Amir” belongs to the stream of Eastern Jewish music. His first album was released in 2010, and it was titled “I Melt Into You”. Then his songs followed that, and achieved widespread among the youth in Israel.
A state of overwhelming anger prevailed among the pioneers of social networking sites in Egypt after the spread of the image of “Ramadan” and “Amir”, after which he commented “Ramadan” through a short clip, which he published on his official page on the social networking site “Instagram”, during which he said: « I do not care about your name, your color, or your birth, I care about a person, even if I do not have an address. ”
He continued: “I do not know or ask about any person who conceives with me or conceives with him, and I do not ask him about his religion or nationality, and our Lord created us one.”
Ramadan’s response angered his fans more than he published the same photo, so he was forced to delete the video, a few minutes after it was published, in light of some questioning whether the picture taken by “Ramadan” and “Amir” was just a picture with a fan, as he claimed. Ramadan, or is it from a preparation session for a “duet” that brings together the Egyptian artist and the Israeli singer, especially after some circulated, for a picture that brings together Emirati journalist Hamad Al Mazrouei and Israeli artist Amir Adam, dating back to mid-October, and Hamad revealed at the time a request “Amir” shared his “duet” with him.