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First photos: Omar Adam leaves Israel Israel today


At this moment, the star is at the airport in Israel, and he is traveling to Dubai with his brother Roy and his partner, Yael Shelvia, who is expected to join later • All details

On his way to Dubai:

Omar Adam is expected to fly to Dubai today (Monday) for an unlimited period.

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Omar Adam at the airport, photo: Nir Pekin

Adam will fly, as mentioned, on an evening flight with his brother Roy and his partner, Yael Shelvia.

A person moves for a long period and paid over 2,000 dollars for 240 kg of luggage.

Yael Shelvia at the airport, photo: Nir Pekin

Recently, Sharon Adam, the star's mother, was interviewed on Keshet 12's morning program and came to his defense by saying that "Omar receives ricochets from the Prime Minister".

After the release of Omar Adam's bare song, "I", Adam came to Paula and Leon's studio to be interviewed about relationship and love, and also addressed her son and the storms around him, such as the one that revolved around the joint show with Nicky Jam, which ended prematurely.

Adam said: "The higher and bigger you are in your status... it's like being prime minister. Omar gets ricochets from prime minister. Like, whatever you say, they'll say something. That's why he's not going to be interviewed either."

When Leon was interested in whether Adam stopped appearing, Sharon immediately replied: "No, he will appear with God's help. He is looking for his own way."

She also said about the recently released song: "He says what he feels, and yesterday I cried a lot all day. I know what he experiences behind the scenes. A person has feelings, you have to think..."

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Source: israelhayom

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