In this context, the Moroccan comedian Gad Al-Maleh expressed his great regret for Rayan’s fate, and published a picture of him, commenting with sorrow and regret: “What a great sadness…Rest in peace, little angel.”
The Syrian singer, Asala Nasri, wrote on her Twitter account: About the joy that was not completed after Rayan was removed from the well, and she offered her condolences to the child’s family and the Moroccan people.
For his part, the Algerian top scorer and Manchester City player, Riyad Mahrez, shared the sadness of the Moroccans at the departure of Rayan, as he posted, through the “Story” feature on Facebook, a picture of the young hero, commenting in French: “May God have mercy on him and put him in peace.” The player also thanked the rescue crew, commenting: “We will never thank you as you deserve.”
As for the Moroccan player, Ashraf Hakimi, he expressed his grief over the loss of young Rayan by publishing his picture with a smile on his face, along with the comment, “We belong to God and to Him we shall return.”
International player Noureddine Amrabat’s account was covered in black, as an expression of sadness. The top scorer of the Greek club AEK Athena contented himself with writing: “We belong to God and to Him we shall return.”
Among the celebrities who were heartbroken by this event, which the world watched for five days, is the Emirati artist Balqis Fathi, who published a picture of the child Rayan accompanied by the phrase: “I am sad for your separation.” The accompanying photo read: “Unfortunately, the Royal Court and the Moroccan government confirm Rayan’s death.”
Emirati singer Ahlam, too, published a picture of smiling child Rayan, and she tweeted: “From the ground to the sky, O God, make him one of the birds of Paradise.”
The Moroccan artist Latifa Raafat also lamented the death of the child Rayan hanging: “You were born twice, my son, once from your mother’s womb, and once from the womb of the earth. Your mother’s tender labor was less painful than the labor of the earth.” And grant your family patience.”
For her part, Moroccan artist Samira Said published a sad post on “Instagram”, in which she wrote: “May God have mercy on you. I had great hope for your survival, but you left us and left us with a great lesson.. Our humanity awakened in us, and we realized that the whole world can move its feelings, and shake its hearts.” To the plight of a child.. my great condolences to the bereaved family..very sad.
The same sadness was expressed by the Egyptian singer Angham and commented on “Instagram”: “There is no might or power except with God, in Heaven, God willing, my son.”
In turn, the Syrian artist, Basil Al-Khayat, had mercy on the soul of the child Rayan, by publishing a picture on which he wrote, “There is no power or strength except in God,” as Syrian actor Qusai Khouli tweeted, expressing his solidarity with the entire family of the Moroccan child on the occasion of the tragedy.
On Saturday evening, the rescue teams were able to reach the body of the child Rayan and take it out thanks to hard and arduous field work without interruption and non-stop for five days.
As a result of this tragic accident, which claimed the life of the child Rayan Oram, King Mohammed VI made a phone call to Khaled Oram and Wassima Kharchich, the father of the deceased, who passed away after falling into a well near the family home.
Since last Tuesday, there have been relentless and tireless attempts to save the child.