Shaima Younes Shalaby, the daughter of the late artist Younis Shalaby, sent an influential message about her father’s death and his failure to honor him after his death, despite what he presented to Egyptian art.
And she said, on her personal page on the micro-blogging site “Twitter”: “No one is your generosity, my love, and your biography has not been taken after your death, as if you did not have anything to do with art.
It is noteworthy that Younes Shalaby, who attracted attention with the role of Mansour in the famous play Madrasa Al-Mohaghibin with Saeed Saleh, Ahmed Zaki and Adel Imam, died in November 2007 of a severe respiratory crisis. He had performed more than one arterial transplant operation in his leg and another open heart surgery. The doctors had changed three arteries in the heart until he died and was buried in the El-Esawy cemetery in Mansoura in Egypt.
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