Mohamed Shabaneh, son of the late Egyptian singer Abdel Halim Hafez's brother, commented on the beheading of his uncle's body and his failure to dissolve him despite the lapse of more than 40 years since his departure.
"After the news spread that the graves were threatened by the groundwater, we went to deal with the case and we were allowed to open the grave to see if the water had reached him or not," Shabana told Masrawy.
He said: "As soon as the sheikh of the mosque and his companions descended to the grave until we heard their voices cheering, they asked me to go to the grave so that I could see my uncle and I refused … I could not even buried down my father, but they insisted on going to my grave this time,.
Abdel Halim Hafez
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– طارق آل الشيخ ((@ tmshaker2) March 5, 2019
He went on to say: "I went in to see my uncle Halim a beautiful face asleep, I saw his features as it is … his nose and mouth and ears and eyelids and his beautiful black hair … God gracious to him, "noting that he was already witnessing the incident.
The pioneers of social networking sites report the opening of the tomb of the nightingale brown and the disclosure of non-dissolution of his body, knowing that similar reports have been repeated in previous years.
It is noteworthy that yesterday was 42 years ago since the departure of the Nightingale brown that died on March 30, 1977 at the age of 48 after a conflict with schistosomiasis.
During his artistic career, Nightingale produced many timeless works, his voice was heard by the Arab world and the screens broadcast his concerts to a large audience about the oldest and largest theaters of the Arabs.