Media reports about the refusal of the family of Ibn Muhammad Abdul Muttalib to receive his body

The Egyptian ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco, Ashraf Ibrahim, said that he is following what is being reported in the media about the refusal of the family of singer Mohamed Abdel Muttalib to receive the body of his son Nour, after his death hours after his leg was amputated due to diabetes in a hospital in Morocco.

Ibrahim added, during a phone call to the “Happening in Egypt” program, that the embassy followed the story of the son of the singer Muhammad Abdul Muttalib several days ago, pointing out that he died hours after his operation, and the embassy learned about this news at dawn on Tuesday, knowing that there is no one from The family of the deceased is in Morocco, and therefore the transfer of the body requires permission from his family, whether to bury him in Egypt or Morocco.

And Ashraf Ibrahim, the Egyptian ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco, continued: “I tried to communicate with his son, but the lines are sometimes difficult, and he was contacted by Dr. Medhat Al-Adl, and his son had to obtain a procedure from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and in the end his family requested his burial in Morocco. And this was done with the authorization of the embassy, ​​and the necessary measures were taken to bury him in Morocco, and this has already been done.”

Nour Muhammad Abdul-Muttalib, son of the great singer Muhammad Abdul-Muttalib, died at Ibn Rushd Hospital in Casablanca after suffering from several diseases, the most famous of which was diabetes, which necessitated the amputation of his foot yesterday.

The health of the son of the artist, Mohamed Abdel Muttalib, deteriorated a few days before his death, as he was in Morocco, after doctors confirmed that he was at risk of amputating his leg, and after examinations, his foot was amputated.

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