The truth about the death of the retired artist, Muhammad Al-Arabi

The name of the retired Egyptian artist, Muhammad Al-Arabi, topped the list of the most searched on Google and social networking sites, after publishing an official obituary bearing his name and confirming his death due to a long health crisis, but it later turned out that the obituary belonged to the famous businessman with the same name, and the brother of businessman Mahmoud Al-Arabi, who passed away. Life 4 months ago.

The rumor of the death of the artist, Muhammad Al-Arabi, spread due to his complete distance from the spotlight, and he refused even to go out to clarify the truth of the news, while the Al-Araby Commercial Group issued a quick clarification in which it confirmed that the deceased was the businessman Muhammad Al-Arabi, brother of the late businessman Mahmoud Al-Arabi, one of the founders of the famous Al-Araby company, who passed away About our world last Saturday, at the age of 95 years.

It is noteworthy that the artist Muhammad Al-Arabi retired from art for religious reasons, he and his wife, the artist Hana Tharwat, in 1989, and opened a confectioner's shop, then changed his activity to a library, and settled in it by establishing a farm, and he has not appeared on any artistic occasion since his retirement, and one picture of him was leaked From his son's wedding in 2020.

Al-Arabi was born on August 2, 1946, to an artistic family, his father is the late artist Abdel Badi Khairy and his brother is the artist Wajdi Al-Arabi, and he has a sister who worked as a broadcaster on Egyptian television, and they all retired from art and fame at the same time.

Muhammad Al-Arabi graduated from the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in 1973, the acting department, and was discovered by director Salah Abu Seif when he presented him in the movie “Hammam Al-Malatili”, and then participated in his most prominent works in the movie “The Message”. Adam, Al-Akaber Tower, Muhammad is the Messenger of God, Cairo and the people, Hammam Al-Malatili, under threat, Daqqa visited, and the days go by, a woman killed by love, and his last work was the series “Flowers Do Not Die”, written by Fathi Al-Salamouni in 1989.

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