The Palestinian child artist, Muhammad al-Basiouni, said that his singing of Algeria stems from his conviction of the similarity between the suffering of the two peoples from the occupation, and the mutual love between the Palestinian people and their Algerian counterpart, expressing his joy at his presence in Algeria after the President of the Republic, Abdel Majid Tebboune, fulfilled his dream of visiting “the country of martyrs.” “.
Mohamed Wael El-Bassiouni, the Palestinian child who carries the cause of his people and his country, said when he was received and honored today at the headquarters of the municipality of Tipasa by the office of the National Organization for the Preservation of Memory, as well as by the mayor of Tipasa, that his singing to Algeria and returning Algerian songs stems from his firm conviction that the suffering of the two peoples is similar. The Palestinian people today are experiencing the same suffering that the Algerian people lived through in the fifties of the last century at the hands of the French occupation of bombing, destruction and families,” adding that the entire Palestinian people see that there is a great similarity between the Palestinian and Algerian peoples, who have a relationship of mutual love and similarity between the State of Algeria and the State of Palestine.
The child artist Mohamed Wael El-Bassiouni, who sang for Algeria, expressed his happiness at his presence in the country of the martyrs and his visit to the municipality of Tipasa as part of a tourist tour that will lead him to its archaeological tourist sites, as well as the wonderful reception he received with his father in the municipality of the state capital, as part of his tour in Tipasa as the second Algerian state he visits After Algiers.
Regarding what he knows about the Algerian people, Mohamed Wael said, “What I know about Algeria is that its people love Palestine and its people, and that the Palestinians and Algerians are one people, not two peoples.” Who fulfilled his dream of visiting Algeria, and added, “I thank everyone who contributed to my visit to Algeria, as I thank God first and then the national organization for preserving memory and conveying the message of the martyrs,” stressing that his visit will not be the last to Algeria.
For his part, the father, Muhammad, said that mentioning the name of Algeria gives chills to the Palestinians and generates a feeling of pride and pride for the Palestinians, and that what unites Algeria with Palestine, apart from the brotherhood between the two peoples, is one issue, which is the issue of freedom and independence, suffering and liberation from the occupier, and he continued, “You Algerians lived that. Yesterday, you were liberated, thanks to God and the pure blood of the martyrs, and thanks to the heroes and heroines who were martyred and are still breathing what they offered on the path to freedom.”
The Minister of Mujahideen and those with rights, Eid Rabiqa, had received the child artist Mohamed al-Basiouni at the ministry’s headquarters, where the artist will have artistic tours in many states of the country this month of August, and visit institutions affiliated to the Mujahideen and rights holders sector, as well as museums and archaeological sites, and meetings with a number of mujahideen and mujahideen.