The death of the Lebanese artist, Mohamed Jamal
Lebanese singer Muhammad Jamal passed away today at the age of 90, in which he produced many songs that are still heard today.
The artist, Gamal, was born in the Lebanese city of Tripoli in 1934, and began his artistic career from a young age at the hands of his father. He appeared to the public at the age of twenty on Lebanese radio, before he traveled to Egypt and began working there with Egyptian artists.
Among his most famous songs are “Oh Umm Hamada”, “I Want to See You Every Day” and “Syria Ya Habibi”.