Stars and artists mourn Rayan.. and pray for his family patience

Arab stars and artists interacted with the great event that shook the consciences of millions with the death of the Moroccan child Rayan after leaving the well in which he was imprisoned for five consecutive days.

The Emirati artist, Ahlam, called the parents of the child Rayan, and said via Twitter: "We belong to God and to Him we shall return, and there is no power or strength except in God.

Actress Amy Samir Ghanem published a picture of Rayan through her official account on "Instagram", saying: "We belong to God and to Him we shall return.

Singer Ramy Sabry was keen to offer condolences, describing the Moroccan child by saying: "The child of humanity has died."

The grandson of the late star, Mahmoud Yassin, offered his condolences. He said: "There is no power or strength except in God. The hero Rayan died. God be with his family. Indeed, one is upset as if he knows him or his brother."

The Lebanese actress, Cyrine Abdel Nour, responded to the sad news on Twitter, and wrote: "A Moroccan official statement confirms the death of the child Rayan. He will stop my heart."

The artist, Yasmine Sabry, shared a photo with her followers on Twitter, commenting: "God willing, with God and his angels, we belong to God and to Him we shall return, Rayan."

Muhammad Henedy wrote on “Facebook”: “God’s survival, may God have mercy on you, Lord, the suffering that I experienced in the last days was terrible, God’s survival, may God give patience to your family.”

He added: “The last days that he lived through were fear, dread, loneliness, hunger and thirst, in complete darkness alone while he was in pain, the most difficult thing in the story. .

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