Mohamed Ramadan posted on his official Instagram account a photo while having many photos with fans.
“I don’t have the right to ask anyone about his gender, race, religion, and beliefs.” Then, he quoted a line from the Quran.
3 hours ago, He posted a short video commenting on his incident with the Israeli singer Omer Adam.
He expressed, “I didn’t know who is. I didn’t refuse any fan request of having a photo with me.”
“We are humans, and I don’t have the right to ask about the fans’ religion, race, and nationality,” he added. According to Sada El Balad, Ramadan removed the video after a few minutes.
It is worthy to mention that a sense of controversy was sparked after the spread of Mohamed Ramadan’s photo with Israeli famous singer Omer Adam.
The photo was taken in Dubai and it was posted by Hamad Al Mazrouei, the famous Emarati presenter.
Also, the photo was reposted on اسرائيل بالعربية page that it is supervised by the Israeli authorities.
In the same context, Mazrouei expressed in his tweet, “the most famous artist in Egypt and the most famous artist in Israel.”
الفن دوما يجمعنا.. عرض الإعلامي الإماراتي حمد المزروعي صورة للنجم المصري محمد رمضان مع المطرب الإسرائيلي عومير آدام في دبي 🇮🇱🇪🇬🇦🇪 pic.twitter.com/sv4X3r5nUb
— إسرائيل بالعربية (@IsraelArabic) November 21, 2020