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A prominent Egyptian journalist and Israeli army spokesman quarreled over the figure of Muhammad Ramadan

A prominent Egyptian journalist and Israeli army spokesman quarreled over the figure of Muhammad Ramadan

Israeli army spokesman Avichai Adraei

Egyptian journalist Ahmed Musa condemned an Israeli army spokesman, Avichai Adrai, tweeting that he had recently published an account on behalf of journalist Ahmed Musa, attacking Iran and Hamas and supporting Israel.

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Muhammad Ramadan in his first comment on his painting with an Israeli artist (video)

Today, Sunday, the Egyptian journalist confirmed that he has no Twitter account, and his program has an official page only on Facebook, which indicates that he does not consider Israel a “state” and considers it a “hostile entity”.

Musa said it was “possible” that Israel had created this “fake” order in his name to use his name and fame.

Musa said he knew the truth about the character of Egyptian artist Mohamed Ramadan with Israeli singer Omir Adam in Dubai, UAE.

On the other hand, an Israeli army spokesman told Ahmed Musa: “Sayyid Ahmed Musa al-Karim! I am not guilty if anyone imitates your name on Twitter.”

He added: “The purpose of the tweet was to pay tribute to the written words, which strengthen the convergence and support the foundations of peace between Israel and the countries of the region.”

Adrei considers Musa’s response “exaggerated”.

This comes after social media buzzed yesterday, Saturday, with very angry comments and criticism, because of the picture published by the account “Israel speaks Arabic”, related to the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The painting says: “Art always gathers us.”

Adraei also posted a picture of Mohamed Ramadan with Israeli singer Omir Adam, accompanied by the Emirate of Hamad Al Mazroui, and commented on the picture, saying: “What is the most beautiful art, music and peace! “The great Egyptian artist Muhammad Ramadan with the brilliant Israeli artist Omar Adam in Dubai.”

Alla Mubarak, the son of the late Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, commented on Avichai’s tweet about the painting of Ramadan and the Israeli artist, urging Adraei to recall the “most beautiful victories in October”, referring to the 1973 war between Egypt and Israel and he said: “I am crying from this picture now Avichai. Let us remember the most beautiful victories in October and the best soldiers on earth, good morning.

Source: RT

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