Ghada Nafeh expressed her great sorrow for the departure of her mother The great artist Magda Al-Sabahi, Whose body was buried a little while ago, from the Mustafa Mahmoud Mosque in the Mohandessin area, and commented in her words on “The Seventh Day” saying “God have mercy on you, my mother, you offered so much to Egypt and art.”
The body left the Mustafa Mahmoud Mosque, wrapped in the Egyptian flag, to the family’s landfills, heading to the oases, to be buried by Ghada Nafi, Dr. Ashraf Zaki, captain of the acting professions, and the artist Dalal Abdel Aziz, and some friends and relatives.
The funeral was attended by the artists Ezzat Al-Alaili, Samir Sabry, Dr. Ashraf Zaki, captain of the acting professions, producer Mohsen Alam Al-Din, Nihal Anbar, Dalal Abdel-Aziz, Rania Mahmoud Yassin, Ayman Azab, Rashwan Tawfiq, Saif Abdel Rahman, the media Bossi Shalaby, and the media Wael Al-Ibrashi, The late condolences are scheduled for Sunday at the Omar Makram Mosque.
The great artist Magda Al-Sabahi moved next to her Lord at eleven oclock yesterday, Thursday, after a life full of artistic giving, in which she was not satisfied with acting and starring films that became signs in the history of cinema, but she founded a production company in 1958 and produced a number of important films, through which she presented a number of stars, In addition to social films, including where is my age, and who I love, and adolescent girls, which were classified as one of the most important films in the history of cinema, Magda Film Company produced a number of national and religious films, and said that she had fought these important experiences of history, the homeland and art, including the movie “Age is a Moment” which spoke About after The setback, the crimes of Israel and the October War, and religious films, including: the migration of the Prophet, and the greats of Islam. One of the most important films produced by Magda was the movie “Jamila”, which spoke about the heroism of the Algerian militant Jamila Bouhreid and shed light on the practices of the French occupation in Algeria.