Salvatore Adamo, known as Adamo (born 1 November 1943, Comiso, Sicily, Italy), is a Belgian musician and singer. He first gained popularity throughout Europe and later in the Middle East, Latin America, Japan, and the United States. He has sold more than 80 million albums and 20 million singles making him one of the most commercially successful musicians in the world.
He mainly performs in French but has also sung in English, German, Italian, Spanish and Turkish. "Tombe la neige", "La nuit", and "Inch'Allah remain his best known songs. He is currently the best selling Belgian musician of all time.
"Inch'Allah" is a song composed and sung in French by Salvatore Adamo in 1967. The lyrics were written by Adamo as a peace song in the context of the Six Days War between Israel and the Arab States. The song was banned in virtually all Arab countries for what they perceived as its pro-Israel sentiments and the mentioning of Jerusalem as a Jewish city after it fell under Israeli control during the war.
Inch'Allah is the French equivalent of Insha'Allah (fr:Inch Allah), which means "if Allah wills" (or, loosely, "God willing").