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Esaad Younes: I did not express my opinion about the crisis of the festival performer

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Esaad Younes: I did not express my opinion about the crisis of the festival performer

“Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: After circulating news on some social networking sites about expressing her opinion regarding the Syndicate of Musical Professions banning a number of festival singers from singing, led by Hama Beka and Hassan Shakoush, the great artist and media figure, Esaad Younes, came out to deny everything that was circulated on this. Sites on this matter, according to her magazine.

And she wrote through her official account on “Facebook”, saying: “A statement falsely attributed to me about the Musicians’ Syndicate and singing permits is circulating on Facebook, regardless of what opinion this post holds.

She added, “I did not write it, and I usually do not formulate words with these aggressive preambles for or against. This is my official page that bears the blue mark, and it is the only one that expresses me, other than this is pure fabrication regardless of its content, thank you.”

It is noteworthy that since the Syndicate of Musical Professions issued a decision to suspend Hamo Beka, Hassan Shakoush, Coriander and Throat, Magdy Shata, and other 19 festival performers, a state of controversy has arisen in the artistic community, which is divided between supporters of the union’s decisions and those who reject it.

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“Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: After circulating news on some social networking sites about expressing her opinion regarding the Syndicate of Musical Professions banning a number of festival singers from singing, led by Hama Beka and Hassan Shakoush, the great artist and media figure, Esaad Younes, came out to deny everything that was circulated on this. Sites on this matter, according to her magazine.

And she wrote through her official account on “Facebook”, saying: “A statement falsely attributed to me about the Musicians’ Syndicate and singing permits is circulating on Facebook, regardless of what opinion this post holds.

She added, “I did not write it, and I usually do not formulate words with these aggressive preambles for or against. This is my official page that bears the blue mark, and it is the only one that expresses me, other than this is pure fabrication regardless of its content, thank you.”

It is noteworthy that since the Syndicate of Musical Professions issued a decision to suspend Hamo Beka, Hassan Shakoush, Coriander and Throat, Magdy Shata, and other 19 festival performers, a state of controversy has arisen in the artistic community, which is divided between supporters of the union’s decisions and those who reject it.

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