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في حادثة نادرة، التقطت الكاميرات زعيم كوريا الشمالية، كيم جونغ أون، وهو غارق في النوم، خلال خطبة أحد الجنرالات، في تجمع سياسي حاشد بكوريا الشمالية.
وظهر كيم وهو يغط في النوم تدريجيا، خلال خطبة حماسية، في الذكرى الـ25 لوفاة جده كيم إل سونغ.
وأظهرت الكاميرات كيم جونغ أون وهو يستيقظ فجأة من نومه خلال الخطبة، على صوت تصفيق الجماهير، ليبدأ بالتصفيق مع الحشد، مخالفا العادات الكورية، التي تنص على أن يبدأ الزعيم بالتصفيق أولا.
وكيم جونغ أون هو الابن الثالث والأصغر لزعيم كوريا الشمالية السابق كم جونغ إل من زوجته كو يونغ هي. بعد إعلان وفاة والده كم جونغ إل عام 2011، أُعلِن خبر توريث رئاسة كوريا الشمالية لكم جونغ أون بمسمى "الوريث العظيم". يشغل حالياً مرتبة دايجانج في الجيش الشعبي الكوري وهي رتبة عسكرية تكافئ فريق أول. ويُقال أنه درس علوم الحاسب الآلي في كوريا سراً.
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Kim Jong-un 'falls asleep' at rally – despite 'executing colleagues' for doing the same HAD ENOUGH: Kim Jong-un appeared to fall asleep during a mammoth speech KIM Jong-un appeared to break his own rules by falling asleep during a party rally – even though he has apparently executed members for doing the exact same thing. Kim Jong-un looked like he could barely keep his eyes open at an event commemorating his grandfather, Kim Il-Sung, on the 25th anniversary of his death on July 8. Footage from the event shows that at one point, Kim actually appeared to slump on his shoulder. He then jumped back into life to face the audience again. The 35-year-old also defied his country's norms again by being, at various points, the last to start clapping and the first to stop. Falling asleep at the wrong time or failing to give sufficient applause at high profile events is punishable by death, according to North Korean defectors. Speaking anonymously, one said: “If you don't clap, if you nod off, you're marked as not following Kim Jong-un's doctrine. “You have to do it because you don't want to die. You chant 'long live' and clap because you don't want to die.” Hyon Yong-chol – a general who served as the country’s Minister of Defence from 2014 to 2015 – was one of those rumoured to have been executed for snoozing during military rallies. Intelligence services in neighbouring South Korea reported his probable execution in May 2015. Another was Kim Yong-jin, an education minister, who was accused of showing disrespect during a meeting chaired by Kim Jong-un – allegedly by falling asleep. The South Korean government reported his probable execution in August 2016. The speech that appeared to send Kim to the land of nod was being made by Choe Ryong-hae, the leader of North Korea’s parliament. Mr Choe was quoted as saying that the “greatness” of the former president’s “revolutionary exploits” had been “highlighted more brightly” in the 25 years since his death. He said that the late Kim would be “alive in the hearts of all peoples century after century” and he praised him .
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