Ahmed Flux on the statements of Iman Al-Bahr Darwish: “The artist who is far away


09:16 PM

Friday 23 July 2021

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The artist, Ahmed Flux, demanded that the actions of the artist, Iman Al-Bahr Darwish, be contained, stressing that he “is in dire need of support because he is in a bad psychological state.”

Flux published a picture of Iman Al-Bahr through his account on the “Instagram” website, and commented in words he quoted from a journalist, in which: “The Minister of Culture, the Syndicate of Musicians and the sons of Iman Al-Bahr’s generation, Darwish, is required to contain his actions. He is in dire need of support and it is very clear that he is in a bad psychological state.”

He added: “We do not pressure people until they explode, we do not like them because of the trend, the share and the like, we all make mistakes, and the man after my last meeting with him in the month of Ramadan was very clear to him that he was affected by the complications of the health crises he went through.”

He continued: “Lord, we will understand, and our hearts will have some mercy, as journalists, the public, and those responsible for culture and art in this great country.”

Flux concluded: “A word for the sake of God and humanity.. It was quoted from a journalist and I am very supportive.. because the artist is far from his art and creativity, and he dies psychologically.”

The artist, Iman Al-Bahr Darwish, spoke in a live broadcast on “Facebook” on Thursday evening, about his exposure to injustice since his appearance in the artistic community, and touched on other topics that sparked widespread controversy through social networking sites.

On his part; The General Federation of Artistic Syndicates (Cinematic, Acting and Musical), headed by the artist Omar Abdel Aziz, issued a statement denouncing these statements, which was also done by the Syndicate of Musical Professions headed by the artist Captain Hani Shaker.

Ahmed Fox Iman Al-Bahr


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