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Ikhwanweb Mourns Death of Director Youssef Shaheen
Ikhwanweb Mourns Death of Director Youssef Shaheen
Ikhwanweb expresses its condolences for the death of iconic film director Youssef Shaheen who passed away Sunday in Cairo at age 82, after long journey in the movie industry in which he was regarded as one of the most talented, creative and daring directors.
Monday, July 28,2008 01:54
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Ikhwanweb expresses its condolences for the death of iconic film director Youssef Shaheen who passed away Sunday in Cairo at age 82, after long journey in the movie industry in which he was regarded as one of the most talented, creative and daring directors.

His funeral will take place in Cairo"s Roman Catholic cathedral on Monday and he will be buried in Alexandria.


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