The representative of the Syndicate of Musical Professions in Egypt, Alaa Salama, said: “The syndicate has a comprehensive treatment system and works in the best way for artists or their families, and what we do is our duty towards any Egyptian artistic icon.”
And Salama continued, in his interview with Sky News Arabia: “As soon as we learned about Nour Abdel-Muttalib’s condition, the necessary intervention and direction for his treatment were made to the fullest, and during the coming days he will be in Egypt and receive appropriate care.”
Salama stressed: “We support everyone financially, therapeutically, and even psychologically to pass a crisis they are exposed to. In addition to the hospitals affiliated with the treatment system, financial support is provided with approximately 25 thousand pounds for some diseases.”
Right foot amputation
And according to what the Egyptian newspaper “Al-Watan” confirmed, there is a source close to Nour Abdel-Muttalib, who indicated that his condition requires surgical intervention to amputate his right foot, and that he contacted the Egyptian Embassy in Morocco, to financially help him to return to Egypt, especially since he does not have a valid passport. Or the price of a ticket.
The source confirmed that Nour Abdel Muttalib is supposed to return to Egypt within about a week, after completing the necessary documents and as soon as the date is set, the Ministry of Health will be informed to send an equipped ambulance to the airport to transport him to the hospital.
And the representative of the Syndicate of Musical Professions, in his interview with Sky News Arabia, noted: “The Musicians Syndicate, Professor Hani Shaker, cares about any crisis faced by any of the important figures and names in the artistic field, so he intervenes decisively and follows up with the ministries and relevant authorities in the event that the matter requires a quick and urgent decision.” .
And Salama added: “The Musicians’ Syndicate arranged with the Ministry of Health, which welcomed the help, and we are all waiting to arrive in Cairo to receive the appropriate treatment.”