Sports journalist Suleiman bin Abdullah Al-Jamhour passed away after a struggle with illness, while many sports and media personalities offered their condolences to the family of the deceased.
The public’s health deteriorated several months ago, until his death in the past hours.
In his last days, the “public” was keen to install a tweet he wrote on his account on the “Twitter” website, in which he wrote that he “forgives and pardons everyone who has slandered him, insulted him, hurt him, harmed him, offended him, or thought wrongly that he had offended him or acted against him. secretly or publicly.” He concluded his tweet: “Oh God, I have forgiven him and entrusted our command to God Almighty, I ask God to pardon us all.”
Sports personalities mourned the “public”, including the former president of the Al-Nasr Club, Prince Faisal bin Turki, and its current president, Musli Al Muammar, who confirmed that the deceased was one of the purest, most honorable and most honorable journalists he knew, offering his condolences to his family, friends and fans.
The sports critic, Abdulaziz Al-Muraisel, also offered his condolences to the family of the late journalist, praying to God Almighty to forgive him and enter him into his vast gardens.
It is noteworthy that the late journalist held the position of director of the office of the newspaper “Al-Riyadi” in the city of Riyadh, and he also wrote several sports articles in other sites such as “Al-Arabiya”.