Cairo – Doaa El-Araby
The funeral of Amin Tamer Mousa, son of Dr. Maya Morsi, President of the National Council for Women, was held at the Mosque of the Field Marshal Tantawi in the Fifth Settlement.
The solace witnessed the presence of a number of artists, ministers, and senior officials in the state, to offer condolences. Among the attendees were the artist Ilham Shaheen and her brother, the artist Amir Shaheen, the artist Essaad Younis, the artist Hani Salama, the artist Ashraf Zaki, the captain of the actors, and the artist Nihal Anbar.
Among the ministers were Minister of Antiquities Khaled Anani, Minister of Culture Enas Abdel Dayem, Dr. Tariq Shawqi, Minister of Education and Technical Education, Minister of Industry and Muhammad Sa`fan, Minister of Manpower, Dr. Nevin Al-Baha, Minister of Social Solidarity, and the Prime Minister, a delegate from the Presidency, the Swedish ambassador, and Ahmed Zaki Badr, Minister of Local Development.
Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Assem El-Gazzar, Minister of Housing, Major General Khaled Abdel-Al, Governor of Cairo, Major General Ahmed Rashid, Governor of Giza, Dr. Ashraf Subhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, and Engineer Ibrahim Mahlab, former Prime Minister of Egypt, also attended.
Also present were Dr. Muhammad Mukhtar Jumaa, Minister of Awqaf, Dr. Ahmed Imad, former Minister of Health, Dr. Ali Al-Musailhi, Minister of Supply, Ambassador Nabila Makram, Minister of Immigration, Zakaria Azmi, Head of the Diwan of the former President of the Republic, and Major General Abu Bakr al-Jundi, former Minister of Local Development and head of the Mobilization and Statistics Authority, The Ambassador of Jordan, and the head of the Administrative Control Authority.
A delegation from the sheikh of Al-Azhar was also present, which included both Sheikh Saleh Abbas, the undersecretary of Al-Azhar, Sheikh Ali Khalil, head of the Al-Azhar institutes sector, Dr. Nahla Al-Saidi, director of the Center for the Development of Education for Foreign and Foreign Students, and an elite group of Al-Azhar scholars.