Singer Omar Adam flew abroad before the closure and, following an invitation from Sheikh Hemed bin Khalifa and the president of the Jewish community Solly Wolf, he took off for Dubai.
Omar was hosted at the Sheikh's home and visited the synagogue of the Jewish community in Dubai at Simchat Torah celebrations.
Omar first referred to the visit and wrote: "This is a challenging time in which each of us makes a mental calculation between himself and others and between him and the Creator of the world. I chose to be in this dream place and meet a wonderful people who love the people of Israel.
"I'm proud to be an ambassador of music and art in the Emirates, a place where there's hope for a better world, without wars, and without terror in a magical place that has only joy, and human love.
"A few months ago I had the opportunity to congratulate Sheikh Hemed bin Khalifa El Nahin and the President of the Jewish Community Solly Wolf who welcomed me and invited me here to visit.
"I've always known that songs, music, and joy bring people closer and I feel like I represent each and every one of you here when I say to my hosts, Shalom, and Salam Aleikum."