CAIRO –29 May 2017: The German Ministry of Education has decided to teach mega star Mohamed Mounir’s song ‘’One World’’ to 4th, 5th and 6th grade students in German schools.
One World song tackles refugees’ crisis, and was released in 4 languages, Arabic, English, French and German. The aim behind this decision is teaching the children the idea of accepting others and how to be able to live together peacefully, despite coming from different backgrounds.
On the other hand, Mounir dubbed the king expressed his great pleasure as a result of this decision. In general, the king explained that this decision proves the importance of music and art in enlightening societies and countering terrorism. He added that this is the true role of art, in dealing with the extremism in all aspects of life.
"One World" song is a trio by King Mounir, the German Egyptian singer Adel Tawil and the world Music Award winner Youssou N’Dour. The song was dedicated to the refugees. It was released in 4 languages, to reach the largest number of audiences around the world. The song aims to destroy all the barriers between humans and strengthen the ties that connect them to each other.
Mounir was preparing for this song from a long time, especially that this song is about refugees’ crisis, which is considered a vital world-wide issue.