Today, January 6th, numerous art stars mourned the loss of Maha Abu Auf, who passed away at the age of 65, and social networking sites are filled with sadness and sadness.
Best Director Amr Arafa wrote on her personal account on Twitter: “Gentle mother, Umm Sharif, God willing, she is in the paradise of the dead. They are praying for her al-Fatihah.” We belong to God and to Him. We will be back, farewell, beautiful actress, off with great fear.
Artist Rania Mahmoud Yassin also posted a picture of the artist, Abu Abu Awf: Be for God, may God have mercy on you, may God forgive you and dwell in your vast gardens.
The script writer Engy praised the artist by posting a picture on his personal account on Twitter, in which he commented: There is no power or strength other than God, the artist Maha Abu Auf is in the protection of God.
And the artist, Mai Kassab, wrote on his personal Twitter account: “God’s survival in the deaths of artist Ahmad al-Hajjar and artist Maha Abu Awf.
Artist Badria Dolpa has expressed her condolences to the late Maha Abu Awf through her personal account on Instagram, expressing grief over her loss: O heartache, there is no power or strength other than God.
Artist Mahmoud al-Bassawi said a thousand graces and light on Professor Maha Abu Auf, and Madeleine Thapar said: My loving, majestic, good hearted, literate and intelligent mother, and added: Corona snatched our seat in your home. In Jamalek, may God write paradise for you.
And artist Salah Abdullah said through his personal account on his social networking site Facebook: “Sad and shocking surprises continue, but we are satisfied with God’s judgment and destiny, we are all for her, oh great, may God cause your suffering. In the balance of your good deeds, please pray for al-Fatihah and Maha Abu Awf.
Esaad Younes wrote condolences to his friend Maha Abu Auf on his Twitter account: goodbye, my friend, my dear, and ten beautiful years, shocking and heartbreaking news.
The Representative Industries Syndicate was anxious to pay their last respects to the late artist Maha Abu Auf, who passed away this morning at the age of 65.
And the Actors Syndicate said in a press release: Representative Industries Syndicate and Artists Group mourn the precious artist Maha Abu Auf, and we belong to God and we return to Him, and the final prayer from Al this afternoon. Rahman Al-Rahim Mosque in Sala Salem.
And Bossi Shalaby wrote through her personal account on the photo and short video exchange site, May God have mercy on her.
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