It seems that revenge was the main feature of the Egyptian soap operas, showing the hero of the series that he is the oppressed, whose circumstances were reversed and subjected to injustice. The issue of revenge appeared remarkably in Egyptian dramas, and different models of it were presented in various environments. In this context, the events of “Nsal Al-Ghurab” (written and directed by Muhammad Sami) revolve around a struggle between Assaf al-Gharib (Ahmad al-Sakka) and Ghufran al-Gharib (Amir Karara). Old family disputes between the two families, and the children inherit the conflict to become a reason for each of them to take revenge on the other. On the same bank, the series “Musa” (written by Nasser Abdel Rahman and directed by Muhammad Salama) witnesses the revenge and revenge of Musa (Muhammad Ramadan) against his enemies who have implicated him in many problems. Something causes his mother’s death and begins his journey with revenge. As for in the series “A Ragel” (written by Ahmed Abdel Fattah and directed by Ahmed Saleh), Jalal (Yasser Jalal) takes revenge on those who deceived his daughter, Shahd (Rana Rais), who married secretly from him and conceived her child and tried to have an abortion. In the series “Civil War” (written by Ahmed Adel, directed by Sameh Abdel Aziz), we follow a series of revenge attacks by the heroes.
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