Egyptian Siamese twins meet in a Saudi garage, separated 13 years ago

After 13 years, the Egyptian Siamese twins “Hassan and Mahmoud” still carry feelings of love and loyalty towards Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabiah, and they were very happy with their first meeting with him after the separation process, as they asked their parents to go and travel to Saudi Arabia to see Dr. Al-Rabiah.

In the details published by the website “Previously”, the twins said: When we hugged him, we felt that he was exactly like our father, and without him, we would not have separated from each other.

The Siamese twins “Hassan and Mahmoud” were keen on Saudi Arabia’s participation in the celebrations marking the founding day, as they wore the Saudi dress and their father confirmed that he would not repay Saudi Arabia, its leadership and its people thanks and appreciation.

The General Supervisor of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabiah, met yesterday (Wednesday) the Egyptian Siamese twins Hassan and Mahmoud, who had previously undergone a successful separation, 13 years ago.

The operation was performed for the twins in 2009, at King Abdulaziz Medical City for the National Guard in Riyadh in 2009, during which adhesions in the intestines, urinary and genital tracts and pelvis were separated.

Dr. Al-Rabiah stressed that the Kingdom will remain the shadow of all the needy and the affected around the world, indicating that the twins separation program is an extension of the Kingdom's great humanitarian efforts to alleviate human suffering wherever he is, under the generous directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and the Crown Prince.

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