The son of a famous Egyptian artist in the streets of Morocco … celebrities who suffered displacement


Nour, son of the late Egyptian artist Mohamed Abdel-Muttalib, shocked the Egyptian public after he announced his displacement in the streets of the Kingdom of Morocco, where he has lived for more than 20 years, and expelled him from the apartment where he lives due to financial hardship.

Nour said in televised statements that one of his friends gave him an apartment in a building he owned, and he remained in this residence for 12 years, but after the death of his friend he was surprised that his wife came with others to expel him from the apartment, saying: “The deprived friend of my late came and took me out of the house without consideration To my great health, my age, or the difficult circumstances the country is going through. ”

He appealed to the son of the late Egyptian artist, King of Morocco Mohamed VI, to provide him with a residence so that he can spend the rest of his life in the state of Morocco, stressing that he wishes death on her land.

The artistic community witnessed the stories of some stars who suffered displacement due to poverty after years of stardom and lights. The list includes the artist Abdel Moneim Ismail, who suffered greatly in the seventies and remained for two years looking for an opportunity to appear, even with one scene in one of the roles, to accumulate debts and expel his children From school, he is forced to flee the street and commit suicide by throwing himself in the Nile water in 1970.

The artist Abdel Aziz Mekewi was one of the most famous Egyptian actors, through the role of “Ali Taha”, who embodied him in the movie “Cairo 30”, and despite his large culture and speaking 3 languages, he ended up displacing the streets of Alexandria, walking with a wheelchair, due to his fracture Shedid is in one of his legs, and after that, the Syndicate of Dramatic Professions deposited the artist in one of the elderly homes, before he left in 2016.

The artist, Tahiyya Karioka, suffered at the end of her days from illness, poverty and displacement, after her divorced wife, Fayez Halawa, took over her apartment, and she did not find a shelter before she rented a small room in the home of one of her friends in Shubra El-Kheima, and she left our world in 1999.

The artist Fatima Rushdi is considered one of the pioneers of theater in Egypt, but she retired from the art in the late sixties, and lived for the rest of her life in a popular hotel in Cairo, as she did not have a residence at the time, before she appeared homeless in the streets.

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