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The great Egyptian singer Maher Al-Attar died at the age of 83, days after his transfer to the hospital due to bronchitis and shortness of breath.
Fahad Al-Attar, the son of the singer’s brother, announced the news of the death through his Facebook account, and wrote: “Go to the mercy of God Almighty, my uncle, the singer Maher Al-Attar. Peace is a trust for my father. Please pray. “
Maher Al-Attar was born in 1938, and is best known for presenting the popular color, and his most famous songs are “Farash Your Handkerchief”, “My Moon I”, “Ward Al-Ganayen”, and others.
He also presented a number of films, most notably “Banat Bahri”, “Love and Deprivation,” “Beware of Love,” “Me and My Mother,” and “The Sad Melody”.