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Yahya Hawwa

Yahya Hawwa is a Syrian singer and musician whose songs are full of hope and youthfulness with a special message of optimism and nationalism. He received the Oscar award in Cairo songs festival 2009- 2010, His most popular song (Hayati Kulloha le Allah) elevated him worldwide among Arab & Muslim youth. He continued to deliver songs that tackle youth concerns. Yahya is famous of his songs about the Prophet Mohammad (puoh) “Ishtaqnalak Ya Rasoul Allah”. Very early, Yahya supported Syrian Revolution by spreading his voice with more than thirty songs and three albums dedicated to his people in Syria and he received a title of the singer of the Syrian revolution.

Yahya Hawwa’s name is popular among Arab youth who considered him for his optimistic personality and songs. He sings for the youth issues and produced special works for human dignity and peace.

Yahya participate yearly in tens of events and concerts around the globe in more than 35 countries. He sang in US, UK, France ,Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Italy , Many Arab Countries, Malaysia, Australia, Canada…

In 2010 Yahya was chosen By Human Appeal International in UK as an Ambassador of Humanity, and in 2017 was chosen by the Syrian forum as an ambassador of the good well. Yahya along with HAI conduced many visits to the Syrian refugee Camps in Turkey.

Yahya hold a master degree in Psychology. He is very careful when choosing words and melodies for his songs.   

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