The video shows a Turkish citizen working in the profession of fishing, similar to the late artist Meshary Albulam .
The Kuwaiti media, Mai Al-Aidan, published the video on her account on the website Instagram.
Al-Adan commented on the video, saying: “The resemblance of the late Mishari Al-Balam in Turkey … it is possible in people who resemble him, but there is no one who resembles him in his morals, sophistication and goodness .. May God have mercy on you, Mishari.”
He confirmed that his son died due to a cortisone needle. The father of the late artist Mishari Al-Balam said, “What I am sure is that it is not the Corona vaccine that is slaughtered, but the cortisone needle is the one that is slaughtered and dies.”
The father of Mishari Al-Balam confirmed that he has no intention of suing the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health because in the end it is committed to what the World Health Organization recognizes.
Come on Saleh Al Balam In a televised interview, he details the last moments of his son Mishari Al-Balam.
“The hospital is on its feet and a funeral has begun a week later.”
He said: “Mashari had nothing in him before he was infected with Corona .. He was going to the hospital on his legs, and a funeral appeared a week after his admission to the hospital .. and he is not the first one.”
He continued, explaining: “The hospital was gone and he was short of breath, and he took the first dose of the vaccination and his temperature rose on the same day at night.”
He continued: “Then he went to the hospital again, and they told him about the symptoms of Corona, and they gave him a cortisone needle. The second day he entered the intensive care unit.
And he said: “I was the first to know that he had taken this injection. I said, well, it is over .. because I heard that cortisone contradicts the vaccine.”
It is noteworthy that the artist’s body was buried in the Sulaibikhat cemetery. According to health requirements, only 20 people attended the funeral.
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health comments
The Ministry of Health in Kuwait has decided the fact that the artist Mishary Al-Balam died while receiving the first dose of the Corona virus vaccine.
A member of the Vaccination Committee at the Ministry of Health, Dr. Khaled Al-Saeed, denied the reported reports about the relationship of the anti-Corona vaccine to the deaths that occur as a result of infection, and said that the vaccine had nothing to do with infection with the virus.
Al-Saeed stressed that the vaccine is safe and effective. Adding in his statement to the newspaper, “The newsKuwaiti: “If every person had taken the vaccine and contracted the Coronavirus, we would have found hundreds of thousands of infections and deaths around the world, as there are more than 200 million people around the world who took these vaccines.”
Al-Saeed called on everyone to continue registering for the vaccine, and not to pay attention to the “rumors” that spread about the safety of the vaccine, stressing that “Corona: it is the killer, not the vaccine.”
Also issued Kuwaiti Ministry of Health A statement she posted on her Twitter account, in which she affirmed her absolute respect for the privacy of all patients’ information.
The Ministry of Health denied recording any deaths as a result of taking Corona VaccineAnd indicating that there were no significant side effects of the vaccine.
The statement indicated that the internationally approved medical protocol does not include the need to take a swab for the person who wants to take the vaccine.
The Ministry also confirmed that the data received from the technical committees confirm the effectiveness and safety of vaccines available in the country. It indicates an increasing percentage of those who received the vaccine and those who took the initiative to register for vaccination.
And she stressed the importance of adopting all prevention methods, avoiding gatherings, and adhering to the precautionary measures imposed by the country to limit the spread of Corona Virus.
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Ministry of Health – Kuwait (@KUWAIT_MOH) February 26, 2021
Who is Meshary Al-Balam?
Mishari Al-Balam, 48, is one of the faces that has emerged in the Kuwaiti art world.
He also performed many compound roles. Such as the epileptic patient in the series Paths of Doubt and the Deaf Mute in the series Jarrah Al-Zaman.
Al-Balam began his artistic work in 1991 when he participated in the play Free Kuwait, after which his artistic work followed with small and medium roles.
Until he participated in the series Dart Al-Ayyam in 1998 and was able to achieve success in it, and after that his roles followed and he became taking great roles.
Mishary Al-Balam participated in the reality TV show Al-Wadi, which was shown on the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation channel in 2005, and was crowned “The Valley Farms”. When he won the audience vote in the final episode, the artist Turki Al-Youssef, who Saudi, And the player Khaled Al-Ghandour from EgyptAnd his compatriot, Zahra Al-Kharji.
Mishary Al-Balam is married and has five children: Saleh, Maryam, Abdullah, Hamad and Sheikha.
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