Watch: Saudi Pro-Israel Blogger Sings Yishai Ribo Song In Memory Of Fallen Israeli Soldier

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RIYADH (VINnews) — Saudi blogger Mohammed Saud has expressed his support for Israel in many ways in the past, including tweeting, posting, interviewing and singing the praises of Israel in every possible forum. In a Facebook post he published in memory of fallen Israeli soldier Amit Ben-Yigal who was killed by a stone thrown at him in the Samarian village of Yaabed, Saud sings a song written by Israeli religious singer Yishai Ribo to commemorate Ben-Yigal.

אני משתתף בצער של משפחת בן יגאל, הבן שלהם נפל בשומרון על ידי טרוריסטים. יהי זכרו ברוךוְרַק אַתָּה יָכוֹל לַהֲפֹךְ מִסַּפַדִי לִמְחֹל, לְזַכֵּךְ אֶת הַחוֹל לְרַכֵּךְ בִּי הַכָּלוְרַק אַתָּה מֵבִין אֵיךְ לָגֶשֶׁת לַלֵּב שֶׁלִּי מֵּשַׁכֵּךְ כָּל כְּאֵב שֶׁבִי מְרַפֵּא אֶת הַלֵּב

Posted by Mohamed Saud on Saturday, May 16, 2020

Saud wrote in Hebrew under his song: I participate in the sorrow of the Ben-Yigal family whose son was murdered by terrorists in Samaria. May his memory be blessed.

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  1. As an Orthodox Jew it was amazing for me to have met a group of 7 of the most important princess 16 years ago in Surfers Paradise, Australia. It’s one of the most beautiful vacation spots in the world and at that time it was the favourite summer haunt of the Saudi princes. They arrived dressed in tea shirt and Jean’s ,each with up to 50 wives in tow , one prine would need 2 to 3 floors of a hotel for his entire entourage.

    They asked me in the middle of the street if I was from Israel. When I answered in the affirmative, they didn’t stop heaping praise on Israel, Israelis and Jews in general.

    Shocked at the expression of such love for Jews, I asked them how that could possibly speak that way, since the entire world knows that you’re our bitter enemies and officially you’re supposed to hate us. One of the princess answered, “that’s only the politics and it won’t last too much longer since most Saudis love Israel and Jewish people in general, including our grandfather, King Abdullah who was the reigning Monarch, at that time.

    We ended up in a hotel lobby speaking for over 4 hours. They asked me to fly back with them as their guest to Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately at that time I declined and I’ve always regretted it!

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