‘Nashwa’ welcomes Islamic pop artists and classical singers on the show this week

Published December 3rd, 2009 - 02:38 GMT

Islamic songs with a humanitarian aim have spread across the Middle East and beyond, gathering fans from East to West and inspiring people worldwide with its harmonious tunes and serene melodies. ‘Nashwa’ this week welcomes a variety of artists who sing inspiring songs with a humanitarian and social goal of uniting people and bringing peace to all.

 

‘Nashwa’ is aired on Dubai TV every Monday at 22:30 and repeated every Saturday at 18:00.

 

Nashwa Al Ruwaini welcomes a vast range of artists to perform on the show including the Emirati Nasheed artist Asem Al Qasimi, Jordanian singer Yahya Hawa, Moroccan artist Abdelsalam Al Hosni and Egyptian artist Ahmed Hamdi.

 

The show also welcomes Ahmed Ahmed, an Australian artist of Arab origin and a member of the band The Brothahood, who chose to present the message of Islam to the West through a popular art form, rap.

 

Each of the artists tells stories of their experiences and the reasons behind their choice in singing Islamic songs. They also discussed the evolution of these songs in the modern world and how it touches on various themes in life.


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