Time magazine has released its list of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2019.
The list includes five Arab or Arab people.
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Liverpool striker and Egyptian team was one of the most prominent sports figures.
"He is a very important person for the Egyptians, people from Liverpool and Muslims all over the world, and yet they always look like a modest, quiet and humble man," said a commentator who followed Salah's name.
Egyptian actor Rami Malek acted in the role of "Bohimian Rhapsody".
Malik won the Oscar for Best Actress for his portrait of singer Freddy Mercury. He also won the Golden Globe for Best Actress for the same role as the singer of the British rock band Quinn.
According to a comment that followed the announcement of his name on the list, the owner of the merit proved the trust of the band "Queen" to be the legacy of the band.
Mohammed bin Zayed
President Abu Dhabi Prisoner, Mohammed bin Zayed, Deputy Chief of UAE Armed Forces, and UAE Khalifa Bin Zayeda's younger brother.
According to the magazine, bin Zayed played a key role in the war in Yemen, which caused Jemena's blood to spill. The United Arab Emirates is part of an international military alliance under the leadership of Saudi Arabia, which supports the government of Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi in the face of Huthis.
Radhiya al-Mutawakil is a human rights activist in Yemen.
Al-Mutawakil has founded Al-Watan for Human Rights four years ago, especially with the intervention of coalition forces in the crisis in Yemen.
Since then, the organization has documented hundreds of attacks on citizens by Huthis and the coalition forces.
Al-Mutawakil faces daily risks with the discovery of war victims in Yemen.
Lynn al-Hathul, a Saudi feminist activist, was trying to establish the right of Saudi women to drive the car.
Al-Hathall released car driving videos before allowing him to do it in the kingdom.
Thanks to Hathula and other activists, women are allowed to drive for the first time in the Kingdom in June 2018.
Hathloul is currently facing other activists for charges, including espionage. Al-Hathloul's brother told the BBC that the authorities were abused while in custody.