Saudi preacher releases ‘I believe in Jesus’ song
Prominent Saudi preacher Aed ِAl Qarni has released an Islamic song titled “I believe in Jesus” to coincide with Christmas
A prominent Saudi preacher has released an Islamic song titled “I believe in Jesus” to coincide with the Christmas holiday.
Preacher Aed ِAl Qarni collaborated with vocalist Musa Omeira, who sang a few verses, in a 6-minute long video clip filmed in Turkey.
The purpose of the song, according to the duo, is to acknowledge the importance of Jesus in the Islamic faith, advocating a call for tolerance among people of different religions.
This article is also available in Arabic.
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