The artist, Tamer Hosni, the former Al-Ahly player, Moamen Zakaria, surprised him by dedicating the song “Take us back to safety”, as a kind of support, in his fierce battle against ALS, more than a year ago.
Hosni published a video clip of his new song through his official accounts on social networking sites, and wrote: “Dedication to Captain of Egypt, Moamen Zakaria.”
He continued: “A gift to the Egyptian captain, believer Zakaria is with you, and on your back until you return to your audience with a million peace, our Lord is with you, hero.
Thousands of people interacted with it in record time, reaching a quarter of a million views on “YouTube” a few hours after its launch.
A large number of art and sports stars appeared in the video, in the new song of the star Tamer Hosni, to support the 32-year-old player in his health crisis: “Ahmed Hassan, Mahmoud Trezeguet, Hussam Ghaly, Hijazi, Ali Maaloul and Omar Jaber.”
The video also included: “Khaled Bebo, Mahmoud Kahraba, Marwan Mohsen, Sayed Moawad, Saad Samir, the star Ahmed Fathy and Walid Silman, and a number of Zamalek players, including Tariq Hamed and Gensh, and Abdullah Al-Saeed, the player of Pyramids Club.
The capable star, Isaad Younes, appeared in the video, performing the famous Moamen movement, in addition to the artist Ahmed Fahmy and his brother, Karim Fahmy, and the artist Mohamed Abdel Rahman.
The video concluded with a word by Captain Hossam Al-Badri, the former Al-Ahly coach, sending a message to a believer, saying: “Strong and distinguished in every need, and God willing, this period will be special. Tighten your tricks, believer, and return us to safety, God willing.”
According to Egyptian press reports, Zakaria who suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), known as motor nerve disease, which affects the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control, began to perform rehabilitative exercises under the supervision of specialists, after a long treatment journey between states The United States of America and Egypt, their positive signs have appeared, as Moamen responded to the treatment and his condition improved, as appeared in the last video clip.
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