The Egyptian actress Zainab Wehbe told moving details of the story of her return to life after announcing her death in the operating room during the birth of her second son, confirming that this experience shocked her
The Egyptian actress Zainab Wehbe told moving details of the story of her return to life after announcing her death in the operating room during the birth of her second son, confirming that this experience had shocked her greatly and changed a lot in her religious beliefs.
Zainab Wehbe said during televised statements: “I passed away and came back to life again with a miracle, I already saw the death In my eyes, praise be to God, at first I was pregnant with my second son, and within seconds after I placed the fetus, my heart stopped, and suddenly I saw myself on the ceiling of the room, and the assistant was asking for help from the doctor.
She added: “The scene was cut off, then I saw myself as a child and my age passed in front of me until my current age, then I saw my late director husband, leaving work with the artist Raghda, and I saw my old son flying over all these events, then I saw a dark cylinder and I enter inside and at the end of this corridor Or the tunnel, I saw my mother while she was dead and opened her hands and received me. ”
And she continued: “At the end, I straightened up and actually reached her and hugged me, and I wanted to walk with her to a strong light behind her. The cause of my temporary death is preeclampsia. ”
Zainab Wehbe indicated that the child died two months after birth, but the experience changed her personality, and made her acquire new beliefs and belief in the power of God.
Zainab Wehbe is an Egyptian actress, born in 1952, and she participated in many of their television and theatrical works. Her most prominent works are “Harisa” in the series “Diary and Nice” and “The Companion Dada Umm Attiyat” in the movie “The Embassy in Architecture”, and she also participated in 365 days. With Ahmed Ezz, Hassan and Morcos with the artist Adel Imam and the artist Omar Sharif.
Her last artistic work was the series “Zay Al Shams” with the artist Dina El Sherbiny and the late Rajaa Al Jeddawi, and it was shown last Ramadan.