Saber Ribae’e success story at Carthage
Tunisian singer Saber Ribae’e held a memorable performance, organized by the Tunisian Bassma Handicapped Foundation, at the Carthage Theater in Tunisia, drawing an enormous crowd of fans.
Saber stated he was “honored to sing at such a historical theater.”
All of the proceeds from the concert went directly to the Handicapped Foundation.
Saber’s concert caused the administration of the 41st Carthage Festival to reconsider their decision not to include him in this year’s event. Rumors claimed the singer was overlooked since he does not have any new releases out, which Saber denied.
According to Wafa, Palestine News Agency, Israeli officials recently prohibited Saber from entering the Occupied Palestine Territories to hold several converts, including one in Jericho.
Head of Swisthelp, an Arab-Israeli production company, Alexander Haddad, stated that his company faced significant financial losses due to the decision.
“My company spent a large amount of money on advertising campaigns for the concerts, and it all vanished into thin air after the Israeli decision,” Alexander stated.