Many Omani media confirmed the death of the prominent Omani artist, Saleh bin Abdullah bin Shuwaird, today, Thursday, after a struggle with illness.
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Saleh bin Shuwerd was admitted to the hospital several months ago, and the Omani Ministry of Health issued a statement regarding her time.
She said that she followed up with the Ministry of Information with great interest what was circulated on social media regarding the health condition of citizen Saleh bin Shwerd, who is lying in Khawla Hospital.
The death of the Omani artist, Saleh bin Abdullah bin Shuwaird, after suffering from illness. The artist is one of the most prominent founders and pioneers of the Omani theater, and participated in a number of artistic and dramatic works, including Saeed, Saeeda, Juma in the Wind and Hot Summer.#Saleh_Schowerd#Nakhba_Maghrede_Oman pic.twitter.com/WywN62xL2u
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The ministry stated, according to its statement at this time, that based on the patient’s medical data; His health condition does not require therapeutic interventions in the health institution, but rather home care.
Also read: “Praise be to God, before and after.”
The artist Ben Shewerd, nicknamed “Shangub”, is considered one of the most prominent founders of the Omani theater. Among his most famous works are “Happy and Happy”, “Friday in the Wind” and “Hot Summer”.
Omanis mourn Saleh bin Shwerd
The Omanis launched a tag entitled “#Saleh_Shuwerd”, which tops the list of the most popular hashtags on the Sultanate’s Twitter, in which we mourn the death of the prominent Omani artist, offering deepest condolences to his family and fans.
🌑In God’s protection🌑
The good Prime Time Zone leave the earth quickly
It is as if they are saying to Prime Time Zone: There is no place for us among you
May Allah have mercy on souls whose presence in the world was beautiful
— Salem Al Zaabi ✋ (@ salimrashed75) September 9, 2021
Khalid bin Saud Al-Yaqoubi wrote via the hashtag: “In the late seventies, before the spread of television, families would gather around the radio to listen to his comic series Shanjoub and the Jaws, which was broadcast during the blessed month of Ramadan. Oh God, have mercy on him with your mercy, and be kind to him, and merciful to him.”
In the late seventies, before the spread of television, families would gather around the radio to listen to his comic series Shanjoub and Jaws, which was broadcast during the blessed month of Ramadan.
— Khalid bin Saud Al-Yaqoubi (@khalidyaqoobi98) September 9, 2021
Youssef Ali Al Balushi, mourning the deceased, said: “Friday in the wind.. Friday did not survive and the wind did not calm down, declaring its victory over Juma.. one of the most famous works of the late Saleh_Schoird.. the departure of the pioneer of Omani theater and beautiful art to God’s wide mercy, my sincere condolences.”
Friday in the wind..
Friday did not last and the wind did not calm down
Announcing her victory over Juma
One of the most famous works of the late #Saleh_Schowerd
The departure of the pioneer of Omani theater and beautiful art #Saleh_Shwird
To the vast mercy of God, my sincere condolences pic.twitter.com/Ll108TDMEK
— Yousef Ali Al Balushi * Media Person (@yosfbalushi) September 9, 2021
While Ahmed Al-Hadari wrote: “The Omani man who laughs from his heart in every joyful and provocative situation has passed away from spreading laughter. He wrote and proverbs for radio, television and theater and left an impact that will not be forgotten but will be studied in the coming years.. Be in eternal peace and comfort.”
May God have mercy on him and forgive him and forgive him and dwell in his vast gardens, we belong to God and to Him we shall return. The Omani man who laughs from his heart, who laughs from his heart in every happy and provocative situation, departed from spreading the laughter simply, wrote and liked for radio, television and theater and left an impact that will not be forgotten but will be studied in the coming years. Peace and eternal rest #Saleh_Schowerd
— Ahmed Al-Hadary (@alhadhri232) September 9, 2021
Who is Saleh bin Abdullah bin Shewird?
It is noteworthy that Saleh bin Schwerd participated in many well-known radio and dramatic works, most notably “Shangub and the Jaws”.
He dealt with many societal issues in his work with stinging irony. The late artist also participated in Fawazeer Ramadan.
Schwerd spent his childhood in Kuwait, where his family lived, then moved to Cairo to study the art of theater, before returning to the Sultanate in 1972 to be appointed as a broadcaster on Oman Radio in 1974.
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