Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred in seclusion in Paris to study Holy Qur’an

Saad Lamjarred. (YouTube)
Updated 10 November 2017
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Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred in seclusion in Paris to study Holy Qur’an

PARIS: It seems that Moroccan pop singer Saad Lamjarrad challenged himself to memorize the Holy Qur’an, as was reported by the Sayidaty website, after he recently said this in Paris to Moroccan reciter Mouad Ait Elaine.

Lamjarrad told Elaine that he is reading over the Holy Qur’an, studying the rules of its recitation. The Moroccan reciter said that his eyes were filled with tears, according to what he posted on Twitter, as he was delighted by the news.

He may have been surprised by Lamjarrad’s allocation of time to learn the rules of recitation.

Mohammed Youssef, a well-known Moroccan reciter, earlier praised Lamjarrad’s morals, and his love for the reciter and scientists whom he much admires and appreciates.


England wins World Cup match, fan mounts car, falls off – well why wouldn’t he?

Updated 19 June 2018
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England wins World Cup match, fan mounts car, falls off – well why wouldn’t he?

  • If you're a football fan and your team wins, you're going to celebrate
  • But we suggest that you don't do this - you might get hurt, and/or arrested

CAIRO: Goal celebrations are always a sight to behold, both on, and off the pitch – special cheers, chants and dances – every team has something they can claim as their own – but of course someone, somewhere will always go that bit too far.

When England met Tunisia on Monday evening, jubilant fans took to the streets of the British seaside city of Plymouth to celebrate after Harry Kane sealed the 2-1 win in stoppage time.

Nothing wrong with that – obviously. And as UK newspaper The Metro noted, the celebrations were  “like we had just won the World Cup.” 

But among the football fans seen taking over Union Street in Plymouth was one overexcited man who decided to ride on top of a moving car as part of his celebration. 

The man can be seen in footage climbing on top of a car, which then speeds up before braking suddenly, sending the large man tumbling onto the road.

But fear not – the footage then goes onto show him getting up and rejoining the crowds, like nothing had happened.

Maybe next time it will be easier if he just cheers. 

Now watch the video, just promise not to try this yourself