Dora joins Zuhair Murad’s campaign to collect donations for the victims of the Beirut bombing


The Tunisian artist, Dora Zarrouk, announced her joining the Lebanese fashion designer Zuhair Murad’s initiative to collect donations for the victims of the Beirut Port explosion, and decided to put up a T-shirt of his design for sale by auction via the Internet, provided that its profits go to an association interested in providing donations and giving them to those affected.

Dora Zarrouk supports Zuhair Murad’s initiative to donate to the victims of the Beirut bombing

Dora posted a picture of her wearing Zuhair Murad’s shirt, through her official Instagram account, and commented on the photo, saying: I join Zuhair Murad, in order to help the people of Beirut, who lost a lot in this devastating tragedy, 100% of the profits of that T-shirt, will support the efforts Relief.

The Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad launched a limited edition of the cotton “T-shirt” with the phrase Rise from the Ashes Which means “rising from the ashes” with the aim of collecting donations for those affected by the Beirut explosion.

The phrase that Mourad chose to decorate his design summarizes the philosophy of the Lebanese people who used the phoenix emanating from its ashes as a symbol. He announced that sales of this design would go entirely to the “Farah Al Ataa” association, which deals with the humanitarian needs of the victims of the explosion.

It is noteworthy that Zuhair Murad’s campaign has succeeded in mobilizing a large number of Arab and international art stars, including Sofia Vergara, Courtney Cox, Alessandra Ambrosio, Mohamed Hadid, Yousra, Miss Lebanon Maya Raidi, model Shayna Shaik and Sereni Abdel Nour.

The losses of the Beirut Port explosion affected Zuhair Murad’s fashion house, and this branch is his main business. It was completely destroyed, leaving only the complete destruction of the property.

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