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Mohamed Al-Harbi plays his hobby of playing the oud behind the walls of the

“Peripheral Prison Artist”: We live our day with peace and comfort

Inside a state security prison in Saudi Arabia, “Mohammed Al-Harbi” practices his passion and hobby of playing his oud strings every day, according to what his fellow inmates choose. The prison walls are no longer a barrier to prevent him, like other inmates, from spending leisure time and practicing their hobbies.

In detail, “Al-Harbi” talked to the “mbc in a week” program about the hobby of playing the oud, which he loves, and fears that he will be interrupted, and how the prison administration provided him and his fellow inmates with capabilities, devices and facilities, and met their requests to spend their day in a happy and enjoyable social atmosphere while practicing their hobbies.

Al-Harbi said, “I was afraid to stop playing the oud, which is my indispensable hobby, but I was surprised that my hobby is among the existing hobbies, and I was asked to go to the arts department in the prison if I wanted to participate.” He added, “In the department, I found all the musical instruments, and additional ouds were provided.”

He pointed out that after waking up, he goes to the arts department, plays the hobby of playing, and his fellow inmates join him. He said, “We ignite the atmosphere of rapture and enjoy singing and music, as we live our day with peace and comfort.”

“Mohamed Al-Harbi”, the artist of the Terminal Prison, explained that the arts department in the prison has all musical instruments, and a special section for music, and it includes musicians and trainees, and all members of the arts from the inmates in the department meet every day to practice their hobbies, either by drawing, doing handicrafts, or enjoying With singing and music, or practicing it.

Inside a state security prison in Saudi Arabia, “Mohammed Al-Harbi” practices his passion and hobby of playing his oud strings every day, according to what his fellow inmates choose. The prison walls are no longer a barrier to prevent him, like other inmates, from spending leisure time and practicing their hobbies.

In detail, “Al-Harbi” talked to the “mbc in a week” program about the hobby of playing the oud, which he loves, and fears that he will be interrupted, and how the prison administration provided him and his fellow inmates with capabilities, devices and facilities, and met their requests to spend their day in a happy and enjoyable social atmosphere while practicing their hobbies.

Al-Harbi said, “I was afraid to stop playing the oud, which is my indispensable hobby, but I was surprised that my hobby is among the existing hobbies, and I was asked to go to the arts department in the prison if I wanted to participate.” He added, “In the department, I found all the musical instruments, and additional ouds were provided.”

He pointed out that after waking up, he goes to the arts department, plays the hobby of playing, and his fellow inmates join him. He said, “We ignite the atmosphere of rapture and enjoy singing and music, as we live our day with peace and comfort.”

“Mohamed Al-Harbi”, the artist of the Terminal Prison, explained that the arts department in the prison has all musical instruments, and a special section for music, and it includes musicians and trainees, and all members of the arts from the inmates in the department meet every day to practice their hobbies, either by drawing, doing handicrafts, or enjoying With singing and music, or practicing it.

“Peripheral Prison Artist”: We live our day with peace and comfort

Inside a state security prison in Saudi Arabia, “Mohammed Al-Harbi” practices his passion and hobby of playing his oud strings every day, according to what his fellow inmates choose. The prison walls are no longer a barrier to prevent him, like other inmates, from spending leisure time and practicing their hobbies.

In detail, “Al-Harbi” talked to the “mbc in a week” program about the hobby of playing the oud, which he loves, and fears that he will be interrupted, and how the prison administration provided him and his fellow inmates with capabilities, devices and facilities, and met their requests to spend their day in a happy and enjoyable social atmosphere while practicing their hobbies.

Al-Harbi said, “I was afraid to stop playing the oud, which is my indispensable hobby, but I was surprised that my hobby is among the existing hobbies, and I was asked to go to the arts department in the prison if I wanted to participate.” He added, “In the department, I found all the musical instruments, and additional ouds were provided.”

He pointed out that after waking up, he goes to the arts department, plays the hobby of playing, and his fellow inmates join him. He said, “We ignite the atmosphere of rapture and enjoy singing and music, as we live our day with peace and comfort.”

“Mohamed Al-Harbi”, the artist of the Terminal Prison, explained that the arts department in the prison has all musical instruments, and a special section for music, and it includes musicians and trainees, and all members of the arts from the inmates in the department meet every day to practice their hobbies, either by drawing, doing handicrafts, or enjoying With singing and music, or practicing it.