Wednesday 14 October 2020
Shahira revealed the suffering and health developments of her late husband, artist Mahmoud Yassin.
The artist, Mu’tazila, said during a telephone interview, on August 4, before the departure of Yassin, who left our world this morning, Wednesday, with the journalist Wael Al-Ibrashi in the “ninth” program: “The situation is not improving, our Lord is here. I don’t know what we will do. He does not have a cure, our Lord will lift him and heal him. “
Shahira added, “His condition remains for hours that remain to some extent one accepts it, and for hours I shake Oooi, and my children tell me, Mami, we do not know the developments of the subject, because I am obliged to continue any detail, even small, that affects me, I just wish our Lord the situation deteriorated, if even it will prove That said, I am satisfied, I mean, even saying thank God is his sense in this world. “
Shahira continued: “No one will enter a final 5-month-old with me. Amr Qali, I want to see my father, I told him that you are mixing. Oi Oi, Rania allowed her to see him from afar, meaning she was in El Geneina and we are in Living Goa.
Shahira continued: “I asked him once about Rajaa Al-Jeddawi when she appeared in front of us on television, and I told him who is this?”
It is noteworthy that the last work presented by Mahmoud Yassin was the movie “Gedo Habibi”, which he co-starred with Ahmed Fahmy, Bushra and Lubna Abdulaziz, and was shown in 2012.
Today, Wednesday morning, his son, artist Amr Mahmoud Yassin, announced the news of his father’s death through his Facebook account and wrote:
He passed away, to the mercy of God Almighty. My father, the artist Mahmoud Yassin, belongs to God and to Him we shall return. I ask you to pray.
Mahmoud Yassin was born on June 2, 1941 in Port Said, and obtained a BA in law from Ain Shams University in 1964, and worked as a lawyer at the beginning of his career, then he joined the National Theater, and during the seventies he became one of the prominent Egyptian movie stars through films Among the most important of them are: “The Thin Thread, the story of a girl named Marmar, love and pride, the bullet is still in my pocket.” Since the nineties and the beginning of the new millennium, his work has increased dramatically, and among his dramatic works, “Abu Hanifa al-Numan, Against the Current, Souk Al-Asr, Disobedience.