The Syrian artist and actor, Muhammad al-Qass, the hero of the series “Rashash”, in which he appeared as Major Badr, announced that he had obtained Saudi citizenship.
The priest published a tweet on Twitter on Friday, saying: “I express my highest thanks, gratitude and loyalty to the position of my lord, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and his trusted Crown Prince, His Highness, the inspiring and renewed Prince, Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, for my honor.” And honoring me by granting me Saudi citizenship, vowing to God that I will serve my religion, my king, and my country.”
And he continued: “And after I thank God and thank him first and foremost, for the great blessing of Saudi Arabia, my holding this great nationality is a mandate before it is an honor and an honor. I pray to God to help me perform its duty.”
And after I praise God and thank him first and foremost for the great blessing of Saudi Arabia..bearing this great nationality is an assignment before it is an honor and an honor..I pray to God to help me perform its duty.
Your son is a Saudi citizen
— Muhammad al-Qass (@malqass) December 17, 2021
And the artist, Muhammad al-Qass, is a Syrian actor, born in the city of Homs in 1977. He lived in Saudi Arabia. He began his artistic career there through the Cultural Art Association in Riyadh. He performed many plays, then joined television dramas, and presented many famous series.
He also participated in five parts of the series “Ghashamshem” for 5 years until 2010, and in the period between 2004-2010 he participated in the series championships produced by the “MBC” channel.
In early 2013, he participated in the Turkish movie “Spider’s Web”, an action and horror movie released in 2014.
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