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WATCH: This Rendition Of The UAE National Anthem Performed By Global Musicians Is Sure To Give You A Teary Eye

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Once in a while, the internet comes out with something so heartwarming that it tugs at all the right heartstrings and gets you grinning from ear to ear and the video below will be giving you all those FEELS.

The team behind the Dubai Expo 2020 brings you a heartening video that just 10 seconds in will be giving you MAJOR goosebumps and might even get you a little teary-eyed.

The team down at the Expo have put together a soulful rendition of the UAE National Anthem, ‘Ishy Balady’ featuring musicians from around the world in order to commemorate the UAE’s 48th national day.

The 55-second composition of ‘Ishy Balady’, was performed in Dubai, Moscow, India, Norway, London, Shanghai and Nigeria

The stunning backdrops of the Taj Mahal in India, Tower Bridge in London and the Trondheim Fjord in Norway have added to the magic of the special montage.

Also, to add a cherry on the top, schoolchildren from Raffles World Academy lent their PERFECTLY harmonious and synchronized vocals to the rendition of the UAE National Anthem.

Anyone else getting ’em goosebumps right now?

Netizens were all praise for the sentimental rendition of the UAE’s national anthem

An Abu Dhabi ruler shared a sweet message to all expats and citizens residing in the UAE

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Crown Prince of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces’s tweet translates to:

‘On the anniversary of the founding of our Union .. A greeting of thanks and gratitude to everyone who put a brick in the building of the edifice of the homeland of loyalty, to all who exerted effort and thought for the progress and development of the UAE, The fortress for our sovereignty and our gains.’

Another record has officially been broken by Dubai for the UAE’s national day

His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai, United Arab Emirates shared a video of Dubai setting a new World Record for the largest flag flown in free fall measuring 144.28 m² marking the UAE’s 48th National Day in style.

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