After her dance “Bashkirs” .. A report to the Attorney General against the dancer Fifi Abdo

September 12, 2021 by archyde

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Egyptian dancer, Fifi Abdo, has sparked controversy over the latest videos that she posted on her official Instagram account, in which she appeared dancing with a “bashekir” or a bath towel.

This is not the first time that Abdo has published videos of dance links she performs, through her accounts on social media, while she is convalescing on the North Coast, after recovering from a health crisis that left her bedridden for months.

However, the last video that you published angered a number of followers, and the Egyptian lawyer, Ashraf Farhat, considered it a “blatant act, and contrary to the principles and values ​​of society,” according to a post published on a page bearing his name on “Facebook”, in which it was announced that an electronic communication had been submitted to the Attorney General about The incident, and a picture of the communication number or the “electronic petition” was published.

#Purifying_the_society #Attorney_General from the security of punishment politely abused a dancer we said her profession. You only publish a video of a Bashkir dance that does not remain a verb…

Posted by ‎Ashraf Farhat‎ on Saturday, September 11, 2021

And Egyptian media reported the content of the communication submitted by lawyer Farhat, in which it was stated that: “A video clip of the dancer Fifi Abdo appeared on social media, specifically Instagram, which turned out to be published through her absolute account for circulation, while she was dancing, wearing a bath towel (Bashkir). ), which angered the pioneers of social networking sites, as the clip contradicts public morals and violates the principles and values ​​​​of Egyptian society.

In his communication, the lawyer relied on the “Information Technology Crimes Law No. 175 of 2018, which stipulates Article 25: Punishing anyone who assaults any of the family principles or values..”

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Natasha Kumar

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