The son of Mohamed Abdel-Muttalib, crying out to the King of Morocco (video)


Nour, son of the late artist Mohamed Abdel-Muttalib, appealed to King Mohammed VI of Morocco, after he was driven out on the street by the owners of the apartment in which he was living.

Nour explained in an interview with the Moroccan “Chouf” channel that he became homeless in the Moroccan streets when he was eighty years old, and he does not find any place to live after he was expelled by the wife of the deceased owner who had given him the apartment in which he had lived for 12 years.

Nour asked King Mohamed VI to include him under his patronage and to provide him with a place to live, given his inability to return to Egypt.

It is reported that Nour is prohibited from entering the Egyptian lands due to problems in his official records and his inability to issue a personal card.

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