We always hear the word “the meeting is a share.” But getting close to a story and touching a story from someone close is a painful and touching thing at the same time.
Today’s story for a young man Saudi He suffered from the absence of his mother for a lifetime. He did not imagine that time would bring them together again, to bring life back to itself.
After 32 years of separation due to family disputes, a young Saudi man was able to find his Egyptian mother.
And the Saudi newspaper “Sabq” stated that the citizen Turki Khaled Al-Sunaid succeeded in cooperating with Kingdom Embassy In Cairo to find his Egyptian mother.
Al-Sunaid said that he was deprived of his Egyptian mother at the age of four, and his mother was in Cairo at the time to visit her family, but his father separated from her and returned to the Kingdom without her.
The young man added that his mother later told him that he died, contrary to the truth, while he was living with his paternal grandmother, and when he was 16 years old, his grandmother died, so he moved to live with one of his elderly female relatives.
And the Saudi young man explained that he got married at the age of 28, stressing that he had been searching for his mother throughout that period by communicating with the Egyptian embassy in Riyadh to no avail, so he recently decided to search for her in Egypt.
Al-Sunaid went to the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Cairo to collect the available data on his parents, and in coordination with the concerned authorities in Egypt, he found more than one address for his mother, so he contacted the Kingdom’s embassy.
The Saudi young man explained that the embassy gradually told his mother the truth, until its efforts culminated in arranging a meeting between the young man and his mother, so that the efforts of “Al-Sunaid” succeeded in reuniting his family and meeting his mother after 32 years of separation.
Al-Sunaid was keen to thank the Kingdom’s embassy in Cairo and Ambassador Osama Naqli, expressing his gratitude for the efforts of the Head of Welfare Affairs, Muhammad al-Buraiki, and the Deputy Head of the Saudis at the Embassy, Muhammad al-Subaie, and the concerned authorities in Egypt.