“I love you and I am with you at every moment,” brief words that the artist Donia Samir Ghanem concluded, lamenting her father, the late artist Samir Ghanem, on his 85th birthday, and the first after his departure last May, through her official account on the famous photo and video site “Instagram”.
Donia Samir Ghanem asks her father to keep praying
The short words written by Dunya Samir GhanemIt is only an expression of the relationship she had with her late father, and her family had previously referred to her on more than one television programme, including a rare meeting by Samir Ghanem with the artist Safaa Abu Al-Saud on the “ART” channel; At the time, he talked about the role of his eldest daughter in keeping him repeating supplications and persevering in prayer and reading the Qur’an.
Samir Ghanem’s talk about prayer came after the journalist Safaa Abu Al-Saud asked him a question that included: “Have you committed to praying after what Dunya told you?” To remind “Samir” of the position of his young girlfriend “Dunia” when she gave him a paper to repeat what was inside it before going up on the stage, and Samir Ghanem recounted his reaction when “Dunia” asked him to pray in a childish way; When I asked him about the performance of the obligatory prayer and at the time, he replied that he prayed yesterday, continuing his conversation: “She exposed me and spoke to her companions because she is related to me, because I am not a violent father, and my role is to advise and direct.”
Samir Ghanem in a previous interview: If Dalal and Donia decided to wear the hijab, I would not prevent them
The late artist Samir Ghanem confirmed, during the meeting, that his girlfriend and wife, Dalal Abdulaziz, all the time, are close to God, especially during the holy month of Ramadan, pointing out that if she or “Dunia” decided to wear the hijab, it would not prevent them at all, and Samir Ghanem concluded his speech: “If She wants and is convinced. She wants salvation. This is her need. She does not interfere in these religious matters at all.”