Farah El Fassi, close to him, and members of his family came to see the deceased at his home, while his body was buried in the model cemetery in Martel.
The funeral of Muhammad Ismail was held in a low presence, in respect of the precautions.
Muhammad Ismail left after suffering with an illness that made him frequent the hospital several times during his last days.
Ismail was born in Tetouan in 1951, and he is a graduate of the law school in which it was before heading to work in television in 1974.
The late presented many television and cinematic films, the most prominent of which were “Oshtam,” “After,” “Goodbye Mothers,” “Children of the Country,” “Frustration” and “La Mora… Love in Time of War”.