Pictures .. The story of the abandoned villa of the hero of the movie “Dawn of Islam” .. It is located in an ancient area


The role of Hashim was given the nickname of “Al-Hair,” with a calm face and an enthusiastic tone, consisting of hearts

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Villa and the late artist Abdel Rahman presented for sale

Crying scenes of the ruins of a residence, villa, media ground, artist, and poet “Abd al-Rahman Ali”, in which he was raised and raised during which they appear to be abandoned and neglected after his death two decades ago, closed to no one enters, where he left no boy or wife, especially after a great interruption amid the family’s isolation And not appearing in her hometown over the previous periods, so that the villa appears in the form of ruins next to the family land located in the estate of Afifi, the grandfather of the late artist.


The villa consists of old-style buildings with red bricks, some of which are covered in white monsters, a fence with white gypsum brick and adjacent floors and land, where after his death she passed to his brother due to the lack of heirs and for his stay in Cairo, the old villa was abandoned, and the city and center of Tameed Al-Amdid, in which the villa is located, is the heir to the classified Pharaonic Emirate of Mendes Currently as an archaeological area with pharaonic revelations, the ancient emirate includes villages of Tamm al-Amdid, the village of al-Kamal, the village of al-Rubu, the village of Kafr al-Amir Abdullah bin Salam on the ruins of the hill of the northern quarter, and the hill of Tammy al-Janoubi, all of which are archaeological areas.

The late artist had a career in which he singled out “Abd al-Rahman Ali” for his life of art and literature as a preparation for his career, mixing classics of art with the classics of religious media work, and he was the most famous of what he presented in a meeting with the late reader Abd al-Basit Muhammad Abd al-Samad.


“Abd al-Rahman Ali” was not always appearing with works of art, but he is reminiscent of his calm features and the enthusiastic tone of his voice, in the face of Sobouh, the author of hearts in the role of Hashem in the movie Dawn of Islam in 1971, with the two giants Yahya Shaheen and Mahmoud Morsi, and he is confused between his conversion to Islam and his infidel family, He was loved by Mansour Bahi, the young man who rebelled against the restrictions, in Naguib Mahfouz’s novel “Miramar”, with Shadia and Youssef Wahby in 1969, when director Kamal El Sheikh discovered it and presented it to cinema for the first time..

Sale announcement
Sale announcement

He did not live alone in the world of isolation, closed to diving into the world of art and poetry, in which he appears in his only outlet on the official television screen, which he worked upon upon his graduation in 64 to 94, upon the death of the title of Al-Hair with a calm face and enthusiastic tone, a monk in the world of media, poetry and art. On his short journey, which is the artist and media Abdel Rahman Ali, but a state of isolation and silence that characterized the family of artistic roles in which he participated in a number of works, most notably (Dawn of Islam in the role of Hashem, Al-Helmiyya nights, and Miramar), where the Free Encyclopedia of Celebrities overlooked him from establishing his account To introduce him.


Media Abdel Rahman Ali in his last illness

Therefore, it was not strange for a law graduate and the Higher Institute of Artistic Appreciation to look down on the calm face of the viewers who loved him as an Egyptian TV presenter, then to participate in a single television work, “Dreamy Nights”, the fourth part, to be attacked by the disease after it and hidden from the public eye until his death in 1994..

Art scene for the late Abdul Rahman Ali

“Abdel Rahman Ali”, he grew up in the same region in which guest artist Ahmed, his son’s brother, artist Reda Hamid, and artist Izzat Badran, the son of guest artist Ahmed, were born on April 7, 1941., WhatHe graduated from the Faculty of Law, Ain Shams University in 1963, then obtained an international arts diploma, to begin working in television as an announcer in 1964, then Director Kamal El Sheikh discovered it, joined the Higher Institute for Artistic Taste in 1971, and obtained a master’s degree, he participated in a number of works, most notably ( The dawn of Islam, the dreamy nights, Miramar), and his most recent work was the series, Layali Al-Halima, the fourth part in 1992, when the disease ravaged him after him and he disappeared from view until his death on March 25, 1994.


Hashem at the dawn of Islam

The artist Ezzat Badran said that the last meeting he gathered with the late media was before his death at a famous hotel on the Nile at the Cairo Film Festival and a discussion took place between them about art and some personal matters. Badran added, for “The Seventh Day”, that the late artist devoted himself to art and media, and presented wonderful artistic and literary works that the Arab viewer could not forget, and will remain in the memory of Arab art.

Artist Izzat Badran

Artist Ezzat Badran, the late Abdel Rahman Ali

For their part, the family of the late artist hung a sign on the old “abandoned” villa, their land in their birthplace in Dakahlia written on it for sale and the phone, “Dr. Tariq,” who confirmed that he is the husband of his brother’s son.


He added to “The Seventh Day”, that the late artist does not have children because he did not marry, and that his brother, Dr. Ahmed Ali Al-Sayyed, an expert at the National Center for Measurement and Calibration, is the one who offered the villa for sale where they all reside in Cairo.

The movie “Dawn of Islam” by the late “Abdul Rahman Ali” and Najwa Ibrahim, who live in a state of confusion between the infidel family and the conversion to Islam, revolve around what morals in the pre-Islamic era were of moral decay, control of myths, idolatry without God, and the slave trade.


The film depicts the conflict between Muslims and polytheists after the emergence of Islam, in a new way that differs from the traditional that appears in the rest of the films, in which the conflict between the two new generations that aspire to rise and the old who clings to the old, even if it is void embodied in the father and son.

The film tells the story of Al-Harith, who leads a major tribe, and practices the most heinous pre-Islamic domination by raiding convoys, looting, and capturing women and then selling women to the slave market.


On the other side, his son Hashem falls in love with Leila, his female partner, Al-Fadl Bin Malik, who was once descended, and decides to marry her, but everyone denounces his marriage to a female neighbor except for his mother who stands beside him and supports him.

Hashem goes on a trip to Mecca, and there he believes in the Muhammadiyah call that started spreading, so the news of the Islamic call reaches Al-Harith, who sees it as a harbinger of the demise of his king, so he confronts it fiercely so that it does not spread, but he is surprised by the Islam of his son Hashem, who in turn has been calling on his tribe to embrace the new religion, Idols are smashed.

The scene of Hashem breaking the idols is one of the most famous scenes in this movie, and indeed in the Egyptian cinema at all. We all remember the scene of Hashem destroying the idols and next to him suddenly shouting and saying: “My hands are paralyzed” and the polytheists believe that this is the revenge of their gods and then shouts again and says: “ She is healthy, “he waved in the air, completing the destruction of idols. Al-Harith tries to persuade his son to withdraw from the new religion, but he is surprised that his family members abandoned him and converted to Islam, and he becomes lonely and finds no choice but to believe in reality and declare his Islam.

“Fajr al-Islam” is considered the first religious or historical movie directed by Salah Abu Saif in 1971, and co-starring elite stars including Mahmoud Morsi, Samiha Ayoub, Yahya Shaheen and Najwa Ibrahim.

The film is a screenplay of a script by the writer Abdel Hamid Gouda Al-Sahar, who has been writing in the biography of the Prophet and Islamic Studies for more than a quarter of a century, making “Dawn of Islam” not only a narrative on the level of narration, but also on the level of sound historical scientific study, as well as being a master who chose actors in roles They are consistent with their technical and performance capabilities.



The guest Ahmed
The late Ahmed Jar, the guest
Artist Reda Hamed
Artist Reda Hamid from the family of guest artist Ahmed
Reda Hamed
Reda Hamed

Izzat Badran
Izzat Badran


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