Lebanese actress Samira Tawfiq performed a heart catheterization at Cleveland International Hospital in Abu Dhabi.

Lina Radwan, the daughter of Samira Tawfiq's sister and manager, published on Sunday, through her account on the Facebook site of the Lebanese artist after the operation, and attached her to a comment confirming that her health condition is currently stable.

Radwan thanked the UAE, its leadership and its elders for their generosity and generosity and for ensuring treatment for the able artist. Lina said: "Today the catheter was, the catheter did not frighten as is customary, but the doctors expected greater results, and the results were not the expectations ... the joy and care of the doctors was great for the safety of Samira Tawfiq today, as well as the nurses, the hospital and everyone else."
It is noteworthy that Samira Tawfiq was born on December 25, 1935, and was famous for singing in the Bedouin dialect. Poets and composers from Lebanon, Syria and Jordan gave her many songs that won Arab fame, including the songs "Hasanik Ya Zain" and "Asmar Khafif El Rouh" by artist Tawfiq Al Nimri, which was the beginning of Its reputation.

She has also contributed to several series and films as an actress and singer in front of leading artists in both Syria and Lebanon.

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