The Kuwaiti tennis player, Muhammad Al-Awadi, was widely praised on social media, after he withdrew, yesterday, from facing an Israeli player, in the semi-finals of the International Professional Championship, under the age of 14, currently being held in the Emirate of Dubai, in the UAE.
Kuwaiti media reported that Al-Awadi succeeded in winning and advancing to the semi-finals of the tournament, but as soon as he learned of the Israeli player's confrontation, the Kuwaiti player decided to withdraw and not participate in front of him.
This withdrawal aroused the admiration of Kuwaiti and Arab activists, as a large number of them praised the young man's decision, and the principles firmly established in him despite his young age.
Kuwaiti writer and media figure Saadia Mufreh Al-Awadi congratulated him for what he did, while Kuwaiti singers saluted the young man, calling for his honor in his country.
On the Arab level, Palestinian writer and political analyst Yasser Al-Zaatrah said in a tweet on his personal account on Twitter, today, Saturday, addressing Al-Awadi, “A kiss on your forehead, you wonderful boy, I slapped you in the faces of the invaders is stronger than any other slap. I told them that Palestine is in the hearts of the sons of Palestine.” the nation; they carry it from generation to generation.”
As for the Egyptian journalist Wael Kandil, he wrote, "The great Arab, the Kuwaiti player Mohammed Al-Awadi (14 years), who decided to withdraw from an international tennis competition in Dubai so as not to contaminate his history, which did not start, by meeting a Zionist player."
The Kuwaiti tennis player, Muhammad Al-Awadi, withdrew from facing the player of the Zionist entity in the international championship for professionals under 14 years, which is currently being held in Dubai, after reaching the semi-finals.
Salute to the player and stop butting 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻# No_to normalization# Kuwaitis_against_normalization# Normalization_betrayal pic.twitter.com/vTif4mvCdr
- Saadia Mufarreh (@saadiahmufarreh) January 21, 2022
Yesterday, Friday, Kuwaiti tennis player Muhammad Al-Awadi withdrew from facing an Israeli player in the semi-finals of the International Professional Championship, under the age of 14.
For more: https://t.co/twCcdh1dtA pic.twitter.com/e6tPiJqk9M
— Boycott4Pal County (@Boycott4Pal) January 22, 2022
Kuwaiti #Mohammed_Al-Awadi withdraws from facing the Israeli occupation player in the #Dubai_Tournament
– After reaching the semi-finals of the International U-14 Pro Championship https://t.co/TZCF7IZrXK pic.twitter.com/snwwpITPCI
- An-Nahar Kuwaiti newspaper (@naharkw) January 21, 2022
Yesterday, Kuwaiti tennis player (Mohammed Al-Awadi) withdrew from a match with an Israeli player, in the semi-finals of the International Under-14 Championship, in Dubai.
A kiss on your forehead, sweet boy.
Your slap in the face of the invaders is more powerful than any other slap.
I told them that Palestine is in the hearts of the sons of the nation;
They carry it from generation to generation.
- Yasser Al-Zaatreh (@YZaatreh) January 22, 2022
Greetings to the hero: Muhammad Al-Awadi, the Kuwait U-14 tennis player, who refused to face the Israeli player in the semi-finals of the tournament.
The values and principles on which this young man was brought up were manifested in his heroic stance, through which he dealt a blow to the Zionists.
- Ali Hassan Al-Obaidly (@AliAlobaidly80) January 22, 2022
The hero, the national tennis player, Muhammad Al-Awadi, withdrew from facing the Israeli player in the International U-14 Professional Championship, which is currently being held in Dubai from 17-1 to 24-1-2022, after reaching the semi-finals.
We hope to honor him in Kuwait from all personalities# Interrogation_Minister_of_Defense pic.twitter.com/qI5jNH3ZrE
- Khaled Al-Marri (@khaledalzbdan) January 22, 2022
Palestine will remain the number one cause in the world. Thank you to the golden boy 🥇 Kuwaiti Mohammed Al-Awadi 🇰🇼❤️🇵🇸 All Arab peoples are proud of you, Muhammad ❤️🌹 # Palestine_My cause @derradjihafid @IbrahimKhadra pic.twitter.com/ATULBeTZx3
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