A little bit about the artist in these few lines:
Profesor Lazhar Dhaoui is a Tunisian artist, began his career in the seventies, and was one of the first innovators in committed art when he has found a response in student circles. He sang with his sister Rafika Dhaoui and has been immortalized in his songs many events that was lived either in the university when still a student and either his original hometown of Gafsa, known as many struggles of their people from the mining basin workers in that time... etc.
The last Saturday 14th in the avenue of Habib Bourguiba in the capital Tunis, it was a special event about the Nakba Day as an annual celebration and in solidarity with the Palestinian people for about half century of the occupation of the Zionist entity to the land.
This day was full of atmosphere and songs related to Palestine to take action into humanity around the globe.
The tunisian famous artist Mr Lazhar Dhaoui was the man of that initiative with his most touchable and sensational lyrics dedicated to that great nation.
THE QUESTION IS, WHERE IS THE MEDIA...?
In a Facebook post, Mr Dhaoui commented about the lack of mass media as is was so important to be present for this special coverage that it shouldn't being missed out from our televisions, newspapers... etc
Similar post by the author asking the same question about the lack of media here...
Here is the full video in HD that can watch:
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