Arab art stars interact with the opening ceremony of the World Cup

The interaction of art stars in the Arab world, with the brilliant opening of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the day before yesterday, whether in personal attendance or through their official platforms on social networking sites, in confirmation of the importance of the event that is being held for the first time in the Middle East.

The Syrian artist, Qusai Khouli, participated in pictures and videos from inside the “Al-Bayt” stadium at the opening ceremony of the World Cup, and his follow-up to the match between Qatar and Ecuador directly from the stadium, while the Arab artist, Walid Tawfiq, posted a video clip of his song about Qatar entitled “Long Live.” Qatar,” commenting in his tweet: “All love for beloved Qatar and its dear people, and all wishes for them to organize the best edition of the World Cup ever, and we are all proud of this historic achievement.”

And the Lebanese actress, Najwa Karam, wrote with her usual spontaneity on Twitter: “Let all the world rejoice, and we know that joy generates positive energy in all the world. Congratulations to Qatar, congratulations to the participating Arab role, congratulations to the globe for renewing energy through this World Cup.”

In the same context, the Lebanese singer Elissa tweeted, on Twitter, with a picture of the opening ceremony, in which she wrote: “Congratulations to Qatar and the entire Arab world for the launch of the FIFA World Cup, and all the best for the participating Arab teams, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Morocco,” adding that she : "An exceptional occasion and a cause of pride for all Arabs."

Lebanese actress Maya Diab commented on the event, saying via Twitter: "Our heart is big in an Arab country like Qatar in hosting the World Cup with the best and strongest organization, so we reflect the sweet image of the Arabs and the Gulf region in particular in front of the whole world."

And the Palestinian singer Muhammad Assaf interacted with a spontaneous tweet, in which he said: "By God, something raises the head, and in fact we are proud as Arabs of this Korean wedding .. Thank you, Qatar."

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