Fans of the late Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak commemorated his first departure, which falls on February 25th, far from any official ceremony.
The Egyptian newspaper “Al-Watan” said that “the lovers of the late president intend to distribute Qur’ans and seal the Qur’an on his soul, and some of them donated to establish a room bearing his name, Hospital 57357 for treating children with cancer patients, and even those who reside abroad had a role in commemorating his memory, including a Saudi citizen who confirmed that he He will perform Umrah and give his Umrah to the soul of the late.
The Egyptian citizen residing in Saudi Arabia, Zayati Karim, said that he did not overlook the date of the anniversary of Mubarak’s death, as he decided to take leave from his work, to perform the umrah in the spirit of the late former president, saying: “This is the least need I can do while I am here, Mubarak deserves all good, and I hope our Lord accepts it. From me, mercy and light remain in his grave. “
An Egyptian citizen, Hajar Muhammad, asserted that: “Mubarak promised, and he actually fulfilled it. Mardish escaped and was buried in the soil of Egypt as he said, how can we forget him”, explaining that for this reason she did not neglect the commemoration of the late former president since his death, as she was one of the first attendees in front of The Military Hospital, after announcing his departure, the military funeral, and the cemeteries, and its pages on social networking sites are covered with pictures, where “every month he is keen to write a position of his prominent positions, as a reminder of him, his patriotism and his love for Egypt.”
Hajar is preparing with her friends who are supporters of Mubarak and her family “to travel on the day of his first death anniversary from her eastern governorate to Cairo, to read Al-Fatiha for him in front of the cemeteries in which his body lay, in the morning, to avoid crowds, and after their return they will hold a session to seal the Holy Quran and give his reward to the spirit of the late Mubarak.”
And in his first annual anniversary, “an Egyptian citizen named Nashwa and her friends intend to distribute several Qur’ans bearing the name of the former president, to be distributed in honor and mercy of his soul, in the various mosques of Greater Cairo and the governorates, which she considers the best way to confuse this sad memory.”
Source: Al Watan