Director of “Tash Ma Tash” wrestles with cancer .. Fayez Al-Maliki: His situation is difficult

Social networking sites in Saudi Arabia were buzzing, Thursday morning, with the news that the director of the famous “Tash Ma Tash” series, Abdul Khaleq Al-Ghanem, was diagnosed with cancer.

And the accounts of many celebrities in the Saudi artistic community published on Twitter, appeals for the treatment of the Saudi director, as he is one of the makers of the drama.

Director Amer Al-Hamoud also shared, through his account, a picture of Abdul Khaleq Al-Ghanem sitting in a wheelchair, and appealed to the advisor, Turki Al-Sheikh, head of the General Entertainment Authority, to intervene to treat him.

His Excellency Sheikh @ Turki_alalshikh, my colleague and brother, the creative director # Abdul Khaleq_ Al-Ghanim, who participated with me in directing # Tash_ma_tash, is the most urgent need for you to stand with him in his illness. May God heal him and heal him and you are the reason after God Almighty in his recovery.

In turn, Turki Al-Sheikh reacted immediately, with Al-Hammoud’s tweet, saying: “I bless the hour I wish a means of communication.”

Prostate cancer

For his part, the Saudi artist, Fayez Al-Maliki, revealed the nature of Abdul-Khaliq Al-Ghanem’s disease, saying that he suffers from prostate cancer.

And he wrote in his tweet, “The Saudi director # Abdul Khaleq Al-Ghanim, who served Saudi drama for more than three decades and who presented to Arabs – Tash, Tash – is fighting today,” Prostate Cancer “and is in a difficult situation .. Just a little while ago, his word. I ask you, by God, do not deprive him of your prayers. The Prince of Culture, our hope is in God, and then you are great. “

It is noteworthy that director Abdul Khaleq Al-Ghanim graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts in Baghdad, and directed many series, most notably Tash Ma Tash.

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