Today, Saturday, an Egyptian court ruled that festivals singer Hamo Beka was sentenced to two years imprisonment with work, 5,000 pounds bail, and a fine of 200,000 pounds, in the case of his accusation of insulting and defaming the artist Hani Shaker, the captain of the musical professions.
Egyptian reports stated that the verdict was issued by the Dekheila Economic Misdemeanor Court in Alexandria, noting that the lawyer for the Syndicate of Musical Professions had submitted a complaint to the Dekheila Prosecution last October in which he accused the festivals singer, Muhammad Mahmoud Mustafa Sayed Ahmed, known as Hamo Beka, of storming a public facility. Syndicate of Musical Professions », and sparking riots, insulting and slandering the artist Hani Shaker.
The lawyer indicated in the lawsuit that Hamo Beka verbally assaulted Hani Shaker and insulted him while he was in the Musicians Syndicate, considering that Becca practiced bullying to obtain a permit from the Musicians Syndicate to sing, without meeting the conditions for obtaining the permit after he was presented to the technical committee responsible for issuing special statements. By artists and the practice of the profession.
Hamo Beka had posted a video on social media from within the union, in which he demanded that he be granted a permit to sing so that he could hold concerts. And during this incident, which dates back about a year, he launched an attack on “Captain” Hani Shaker and members of the union.
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