The daughter of the late Kuwaiti artist Mashari Al-Balam in her first appearance (witness)


A video clip published by the Egyptian artist Heba Al-Dari showed the first appearance of the daughter of the late Kuwaiti artist Meshary Al-Balam.

AndThe artist, Meshary Al-Balam, passed away Last February, he was in intensive care at Jaber Hospital, following the repercussions of his infection with the Corona virus.
And many Kuwaiti media and public figures announced the death of Mashari Al-Balam, who contracted the Corona virus while receiving the first dose of the anti-virus vaccine.

However, the Ministry of Health in Kuwait resolved the fact that the artist, Mashari Al-Balam, died while receiving the first dose of the vaccine against the “Corona” virus.
A member of the Vaccines Committee at the Ministry of Health, Dr. Khaled Al-Saeed, denied the rumors about the relationship of the anti-Corona vaccine to deaths that occur as a result of infection, and said that the vaccine has nothing to do with infection with the virus.
Al-Saeed confirmed that the vaccine is safe and effective. He added in his statement to the Kuwaiti newspaper “Al-Anbaa”: “If everyone had taken the vaccine and was infected with the Corona virus, 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 to register 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.

Meshary Al-Balam’s father: Cortisone injection is the reason

The father of the late artist had confirmed that his son had died due to a cortisone needle.
Mashari Al-Balam said, “I am confident that it is not the Corona vaccine that is slaughtered, but the cortisone needle is the one that slaughters and dies.”
He stressed that he has no intention of sue the Kuwaiti Ministry of Health, because in the end it is committed to what is approved by the World Health Organization.
In a televised interview, Saleh Al-Balam recounted the details of the last moments of his son, Mashari Al-Balam.

He said: “Mishary had nothing before he was infected with Corona .. He was going to the hospital on his feet, and a funeral took place a week after he was admitted to the hospital .. And he is not the first one.”
He continued, explaining: “He went to the hospital and had some shortness of breath, and he took the first dose of the vaccination, and his temperature rose on the same day at night.”

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And he continued: “Then he went to the hospital again, and they told him that you had symptoms of Corona, and they gave him a cortisone needle. And on the second day, he entered the intensive care unit.
He said, “I first learned that he had taken this injection. I said, ‘It’s over’, because I heard that cortisone interferes with the vaccine.”

Who is Meshari Al-Balam?

Meshary Al-Balam (48 years old) is one of the prominent faces in the Kuwaiti art world.
He also performed many complex roles. Like the epileptic in the series Paths of Doubt and the deaf and dumb in the series Jarh Al Zaman
Mashari is also related to the actor Hassan Al-Balam, who is his cousin. He holds a diploma in industrial management from the College of Business Studies at the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training.
Al-Balam began his artistic career in 1991 when he participated in the play “Free Kuwait”, after which he continued his artistic work with small and medium roles.
Until he participated in the 1998 series Dart Al Ayam and was able to achieve success with it, after which his roles rolled and he took major roles.
Mashari Al-Balam participated in the reality TV program Al-Wadi, which was shown on the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation channel in 2005, and was crowned with the title of “Valley Farms” when he won the audience’s vote in the final episode on the artist Turki Al-Youssef from Saudi Arabia, the player Khaled Al-Ghandour from Egypt, and his fellow artist Zahra Al-Kharji.
Mashari Al-Balam is married and has five children: Saleh, Maryam, Abdullah, Hamad and Sheikha.

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