The pioneers of social networking sites in Egypt have launched a violent attack on the Kuwaiti series, which many see as an insult to Egyptian women.
Activists launched the hashtag #Stop_Series_from_Al-Haram_Street_Al-Haram and demanded that the series, which is scheduled to air in 2022 Ramadan, be stopped after the production company released an ad for the job.
An advertisement for the series shows an Egyptian dancer seducing the head of a Gulf family and trying to destroy the family.
The ad sparked outrage on Egyptian streets, and many saw it as hurting Egyptian women and demanded an end to it.
The Egyptians began a petition to cancel the series, remove Shahid from the site, and take an official stand against it.
Others called on the Egyptian representative businesses syndicate to intervene.
Activists spread pictures of Egyptian women who have achieved success in various fields.
On the other hand, the attack on the series was rejected by many.
Shaheen said: “There is no Egyptian series that does not have the characteristics of a dancer, and this is what keeps the character in everyone’s mind. It is a representation and a scene. Portrays, we were all smiling. “
Others supported the series and its author, Heba Hamada.
Bou Maktoom said: “In most Egyptian businesses, Gulf people are viewed on the basis that they are drunk and run after women because of their financial status. How is our world! Unit.”
The series, from Kuwait to Al Haram Street, was filmed in the United Arab Emirates to enter the 2022 Ramadan race.
The series “From Haram to Street”, written by Heba Mashari Hamada, was directed by al-Mudanna Soap and co-starred with Hota Hussein, Khalid al-Buraiki, Laila Abdullah, Abdel Mohsen al-Kafas, Noor al-Kandur, Maram. Khalid al-Sher and Iman al-Husseini.
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