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Death absent Egyptian writer Magdy Bassiouni


CAIRO, (SANA) - Egyptian journalist Magdy El-Bassiouni, editor of Al-Arabi newspaper, died at dawn today


Egyptian journalist Magdy El-Bassiouni, editor of the Arab Democratic Party of Nasserite newspaper, died in the early morning after a struggle with the disease.

He was born in Damietta in northern Egypt in 1967. He holds a degree in the Faculty of Information from Cairo University and served as the Central Secretary of the Media of the Nasserite Party in Egypt.

Bassiouni presided the editorial boards of several printed and electronic press publications, most importantly Al-Arabi newspaper, the official version of the Nasserite Party, the free citizen print, and the Arabic website, known for its Arab nationalist positions.

The late author of the books “Castle .. Aleppo from Siege to Victory” and “Resistance is the Story of a Homeland” in which he testified about the resilience of the Syrians in the face of the terrorist war in different parts of Syria, revealing the crimes of terrorist organizations and targeting the Syrians and the country's goods and capabilities and the complicity of the Turkish regime headed by Recep Tayyip Erdogan supported this, using a method that combines journalistic writing, literary narrative, and direct preview.

Source: sena

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