The head of the UAE Department of Culture conveys the condolences of the Ruler of Sharjah on the death of Salah Al-Saadani

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The head of the Department of Culture in Sharjah, Abdullah bin Muhammad Al Owais, conveyed the condolences and sympathy of Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council of the Federation and Ruler of Sharjah, to the relatives and family of the late Egyptian artist Salah Al Saadani, who passed away at the age of 81, last Friday.

Dr. received Ashraf Zaki, head of the Acting Professions Syndicate in Egypt, and the artist Ahmed Al-Saadani, son of the late Salah Al-Saadani, Abdullah Al-Owais and Muhammad Ibrahim Al-Qaseer, Director of the Cultural Affairs Department in the Department of Culture, and their accompanying delegation, at the funeral headquarters in the Police Mosque in Sheikh Zayed City in the Egyptian capital, Cairo. To offer condolences.

Al Owais offered his sincere condolences and sincere sympathy to the family of the deceased and his relatives on this passing, praying to God to cover him with His vast mercy, dwell him in His spacious gardens, and inspire his entire family with patience and solace.

The head of the Department of Culture pointed out that the late Egyptian artist had various artistic stations, starting with the stage where he first started, and from there to drama and cinema in many of the works through which “Al-Saadani” left his mark that will remain stuck in Arab artistic memory.
Dr. said Ashraf Zaki said that the initiatives of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah have always expressed his vision of supporting and caring for Egyptian and Arab creators, stressing that His Highness’s condolences come out of loyalty to art and artists.

The family of the late Egyptian artist “Al-Saadani” extended their thanks and appreciation to His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, and expressed their gratitude to His Highness.

It is noteworthy that the Egyptian artist Salah Al-Saadi was born in 1943 in a rural village in Menoufia Governorate, and obtained a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from Cairo University.

Al-Saadani began his artistic career at Cairo University Theater, and his talent emerged in the mid-sixties, where he participated in many theatrical and television roles, which served as an entry point for the artist to larger artistic spaces during the seventies, to end up as a distinguished Arab artist.

“Al-Saadani” participated in many plays, series, and films, including: “The Victim,” “The Departure,” “A Song on the Passage,” “Midnight Train,” “My Dear Sons.. Thank You,” and “The Time of Hatem Zahran.” “Children of Origins” and dozens of other dramatic, theatrical and cinematic works.

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