Asala Nasri

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Asala Nasri, a Syrian singer, was born on May 15, 1969 in Damascus, Syria.

Biography and life story of celebrity in English.

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Name in English: Asala Nasri
Name in Arabic: أصالة نصري
Full real name: Asala Mustafa Hatem Nasri
Nickname: Khalifa Umm Kulthum, the master of Arabic singing
Nationality: Syria
Language: Arabic, Syrian dialect, Egyptian dialect
Religion: Islam
Date of birth: May 15, 1969
Place of birth: Damascus, Syria
Age: 53 years old (in 2022)
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Profession: Singer
Genre: Arabic music
Years of activity: 1985 – present
Social status: Married
Current husband: Faiq Hassan (2021-present)
Ex-husband: Ayman Al-Dhahabi (…-2005). Tariq Al-Arian (Director) (2006-2020)
Sons: Khaled, Sham (Al-Dhahabi), twins Ali, Adam (Al-Arian)
Father: Mostafa Nasri (the late singer)
Mother: Aziza

Biography, Life story

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Asala Nasri was born on May 15, 1969 in Damascus, Syria. She is Syrian. She lived in Syria, Damascus, Yaafour, Abu Rummaneh, Al-Mahdi Bin Baraka Street, opposite Amiriya Aviation (Damascus). She has a house in the United Arab Emirates in Al-Nakhil Village. Asala now lives in Cairo, Egypt. Her father is the late Syrian singer Mustafa Nasri, who was famous, and her family consists of four brothers: Amani, Ayham, Reem, Anas / and her mother is: Aziza. Her father discovered her intelligence and her talent for singing, as she lived in his singing school, so she studied at his hands and nurtured her in that field. Global Stories (People’s Stories), and she sang for children on national occasions, in addition to participating in singing national anthems.

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The star of Asala Nasri shone from an early age, as she began singing at the age of four years in advertisements. One of her most famous childhood works is the introduction (tartar) of the cartoon series Global Tales, in addition to that she sang songs and sang for children in Syrian national events, and her father, Mustafa Nasri, sponsored her in this field. Her father died in 1986 and his death had a great impact on her life, so she stopped singing for three years and acted as the spiritual father to her younger brothers Reem, Amani, Anas and Ayham, and was responsible for them. She became famous in the Arab world after the release of her song I Hear the Echo of Your Voice in 1991, which she sang from the Sheikh’s poetry. Hamdan al-Maktoum. Among her albums are: “Wat Tasdeq”, “Get Angry”, “Ali Jar”, “My Heart Will Leave You”, “Ya Majnoun” and “Yamen Allah”. She participated in many Arab and international song festivals and won many awards and certificates of appreciation and honors.

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Asala has an outspoken personality, a strong voice, and a delicate sense of humor. She was called the caliph of Umm Kulthum and the master of Arabic singing, and she also has a large audience, specifically in the Gulf. She also holds the Bahraini nationality, and Asala obtains the Bahraini nationality, a few days after her participation in the activities of the operetta “Loyalty and Loyalty”, which was held in Manama to celebrate the National Day of the Kingdom of Bahrain 2005 and the sitting feast of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and about a year after a personal interview. Between the King of Bahrain and Asala. She participated in many Arab and international festivals, as well as was hosted in many television programs, and her appearance had a great impact on the crystal screen among the viewers. She won many awards and was awarded many certificates of thanks and appreciation.

Supported the Syrian revolution since its inception.

Personal and emotional life

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In the life of Asala Nasri, there are three marriages, the first is Ayman al-Dhahabi, the second is Tariq al-Arian, and the third is Faiq Hassan. She has four children, Khaled and Sham, and twins Ali and Adam.

– Her first husband: Egyptian producer Ayman Al-Dhahabi, with whom she had two sons Khaled Washam, She separated from him in 2005.

– Her second husband: Palestinian director Tariq Al-Arian, whom she married in 2006, and had two sons with him They are twins, Ali and Adam, and she announced her separation from him At the beginning of 2020.

– Her third husband: Iraqi poet Faiq Hassan, with whom she tied the knot in 2021.

List of works – Discography

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Between You and Me (1992). If You Know (1993). Twin Souls (1994). Get Angry (1994). Lessa (1995). Strong Change (1995). Don’t Believe (1995). Shat Al Hanan (1996). Return It (1996) Gone (1997). The Complainant (1997). My Heart Betrayalk (1998). Oh Crazy (1999). Right Hand of God (2000). Oh Brother, Ask (2001). Mushtaqah (2002). Qad El Harouf (2003). Between Hope and Fear (2004). Times (2004). Ordinary (2005). My Life (2006). Other than It Is My Heart (2007). Half a Case (2008). The Years Separate Us (2009). How Are You Law (2010). Oh If This Chair Speaks (2011). I Don’t Remember Lake (2012). The Presence of the Situation (2012). My Feelings (2012). I Don’t Allow You (2012). A Stubborn Personality (2012).

Production companies

– Golden Production (1994-2002).
– Al Jazeera Arts (2004-2005).
– Rotana (2005-2008).
– Platinum Records (2010-present).

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