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George Qormuz

Enigmatic musician, embodied Palestinian struggle through revolutionary songs.

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A district of Al Quds (Jerusalem), Palestine

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Why Featured?

George Qormuz is revered for his influential and culturally significant music, which provided a powerful voice for the oppressed Palestinian population during a critical period of their history. Despite his brief career and the mystery surrounding his identity, his music resonated deeply with the Palestinian cause and continues to be celebrated.

Brief bio

George Qormuz was an enigmatic Palestinian musician. He played a significant role in Palestine's music scene during the late 1960s, creating iconic anthems that captured the spirit of the Palestinian struggle. His sudden disappearance and the mystery surrounding his real identity add to his legendary status.

Major Milestones


  • Active in the Palestinian music scene in the late 1960s.

  • Played guitar for The Blooms, which later became Al-Bara’em.

  • Transitioned to singing in Arabic with Al-Bara’em.

  • Recorded songs in secrecy due to censorship and restrictions.

  • Mysteriously vanished after a short but influential career.

  • Pioneering the use of music as a form of resistance and expression for the Palestinian cause...See More

  • Innovative approach to recording and distributing music under oppressive conditions...See More

  • Collaboration with renowned poets like Mahmoud Darwish, Rasheed Hussein, and Tawfiq Zayyad.

  • Creation of memorable songs such as ‘Saggel Ana 3arabi’, ‘Ana Esmi Sha3b Falastin’, ‘Dedd’, and ‘Ardena Algameela’.

  • Inspiring future generations of Palestinian artists and activists through his music and legacy.

Date of Last Update: 
December 14, 2023

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