An Argentine from Lebanon, Ali Wahbi, expressed nostalgia for the kingdom where he was born and for the city of Al-Khobar in the eastern region where he lived, noting that every morning he listened to the song "O my country and pray" before his knowledge began.
Wahbi said that he was born in the Dammam hospital in 1979 and lived in Al-Khobar for 18 years. He always went to the Kingdom from time to time and watched daily clips on YouTube for the city of Al-Khobar, indicating that there were Pakistanis living at Al-Khobar. Sometimes he is asked to photograph certain sites.
He added that when he went to the Kingdom and reported that he arrived at Al-Khobar, he felt like he had reached safety. Every morning, before he started the day and worked in his restaurant, he listened to the song "O my country and my prayers," which meant a lot to him.
He explained that he had opened a restaurant in Argentina that offered "halal" food without alcohol or pork, indicating that it was a challenge for him to open such a project in Argentina.