Thursday, December 5, 2013

The most famous of Egypt ,Who love and hate him?

Egypt, Events, events in the history, the poet, Israel


Egypt , the most famous of Egypt, Ahmed Fouad Negm satirist , he was ill for some time and died. He was 84 years old , Negm died in the early hours of Tuesday,this is the event  in Egypt.
Egyptians mourn the death of the man known as the ( people's poet ) who invited successive military leaders whose work has inspired young generations to change things.
His satirical work , written in Egyptian colloquial Arabic , struck a chord with people as they struggled to come to terms with important events in the history of their nation.
Ahmed Fouad Negm is the poet of the people, he was always in revolt and he taught many generations, said the singer Azza Balba . She was among many friends and family at the funeral , which took place in a well-known in the medieval quarter of Cairo mosque.

Trapped under the sovereigns of Egypt Nasser, Sadat and Mubarak , the poet also criticized the Islamists, including Mohamed Mursi of the first elected president of the country, who was ousted by the army in June 30
Famous poet and lyricist leaves reflections on a nation a legacy :
He was known as a poet of the people and the ( protestpoet ) , the use of Negm familiar Egyptian Arabic endeared him to his countrymen who saw his reflection to a unvarnished what they thought of milestones in the history of their nation as the humiliating defeat at the hands of Israel in 1967, the peace treaty with Israel in 1979 and the authoritarian regime of Hosni Mubarak.

Negm rose to fame in the 1970s when his poetry was sung by the blind musician Sheikh Imam. The duo, who mostly made ​​in popular cafes and university students , generations of young people who aspire to the inspired change.

He had little formal education. During his life, he took jobs as a servant of the house and a postal worker . He was imprisoned for his political views under the rule of former Presidents Gamal Abdel Nasser and Anwar Sadat .

"I 'm not a humble person and I 'm not stupid . I know I 'm a poet who touched this country," he once told a reporter.

He is the father of the prominent activist Nawara Negm and columnist , an emblematic figure of the revolt that toppled Mubarak 2011.

His funeral will be held at the historic mosque Imam Hussein in the medieval section of the Egyptian capital.

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