Egyptian artist Amal Farid died after a conflict with the disease at the age of 80 years  In the early morning of Tuesday 19 June, the official spokesman of the Ministry of Health and Population, Dr. Khalid Mujahid, announced the death of artist Amal Farid at Shubra General Hospital.

Mujahid added that the artist entered the intensive care of Shubra General Hospital yesterday evening, after suffering a health crisis and received the necessary care, that she died and died at dawn today.

The artist, Amal Farid, 80, was taken to Shubra General Hospital late at night, at the request of Dr. Ghada Waly, Minister of Solidarity.

The Ministry of Solidarity suggested that it be dealt with at Shubra General Hospital at the expense of the state, and Dr. Ashraf Zaky, the representative's captain, continued her condition until her death.

Amal Farid was born in 1938 and graduated from the Faculty of Arts. She starred in the cinema horizons of the 1950s and 1960s before she was devoted to her family life.

Egyptian artist Amal Farid died after a conflict with the disease at the age of 80 years The director Helmy Rafla gave her a starring role in the film "Layali El Hob" (1955) in front of Abdel Halim Hafez, who sang a series of his most beautiful songs, The following year, he participated in the film "Girls of the Day" directed by Henry Barakat.

She was known for her role as a kind girl and made a small number of films through which she managed to leave an impressive impression in Egyptian cinema despite her short artistic life.

Among the most prominent films (conflict with life) and (a woman on the road) and (we are students) and (girls nautical) and (beginning and end) and (goodbye love).

The comedian Ismail Yassin participated in four films: Ismail Yasin in the zoo, Ismail Yassin in aviation, Imsak Haramami and Hamati Malak.

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