Famous music stars died as a result of Schistosomiasis

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Abdel Halim Hafez

Abdel Halim Hafez (June 21, 1929 Al Sharqia Governorate-March 30, 1977 King's College Hospital) also known as Abdel Halim Ali Ismail Shabana, Abdelhaleem Hafez, Abdel Halim Ali Shabana, Al Andaleeb, Halim, King of emotions and feelings, The Great Dark-Skinned Nightingale or el-Andaleeb el-Asmar was an Egyptian singer and actor.

His discography includes: Mawood, Nebtedi Menien El Hikaya (Live), Mawood, Kariat Al Fengan, Fatet Ganbena, RESALA, Alkhataya, Maweed Gharam, Maaboudet Al-Jamaheer and Habibati Man Takoon & Habibaha. Genres related to him: Arabic music and Opera.

Throughout his career, Abdel Halim Hafez recorded over 250 songs and starred in 16 films. He is considered one of the most popular and beloved Egyptian musicians of the 20th century. He began his career as a teacher but quickly rose to fame after winning a singing competition in the 1950s.

Abdel Halim Hafez was known for his unique vocal style, which blended elements of Arabic music, Western music, and opera. He often sang about love, heartbreak, and social justice, and his music remains popular in the Arab world to this day.

In addition to his successful music career, Hafez also acted in several films, including "Abi foq al-Shagara" and "Hobb al-banat". He was also known for his philanthropic work, donating much of his wealth to charity and supporting various social causes.

Sadly, Hafez died at the age of 47 from liver disease. His funeral was attended by thousands of mourners, and he continues to be remembered as a beloved icon of Egyptian music and culture.

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