Beirut – Aseel Al-Ahmar – Despite the decision of the Public Prosecutor to ban the publication in the case of the widespread pornographic videos, directed by Khaled Youssef, and of the two young actresses Mona Farouk and Shaima Al-Hajj, on social networks in Egypt there is still talk of the question, which constitutes one of the major scandals in the Egyptian artistic community throughout the century.
Newspapers and websites have joined the decision to ban publication, but the pioneers of social networks are not subject by law to censorship or to the decisions of the Public Prosecutor: they write what they want when they want and mock Khaled Youssef, who fell a terrible fall and lost throughout its history, present and future, and Egypt lost one of its most important directors and creators.
The public is hunting down actresses who have been involved with Khaled Youssef in pornographic videos, and some are trying to include the names of stars who are not at fault in the case on a daily basis, in an attempt to implicate them without concrete evidence.
Among those whose names were added were Ghada Abdel Razek, Menna Shalaby, Sumaya al-Khashab and before them Rania Youssef, who posted a video of a dancer who looks like her and claims to be the one in the video with Khaled Youssef .
All those whose name has been associated with Khaled Youssef’s name in cinematic works are trying to involve her in the scandal of pornographic videos, because Shima and Mona have stated, in their confessions to the Public Prosecutor, that Khaled does not accept any actress to participate in the his film work, except after having a sexual relationship with her.
The question on some people’s lips now is: (Has Khaled Youssef slept with who else?), as if Khaled Youssef has become the antagonist of Egyptian cinema having sex with all the stars!
Despite the ugliness of what Khaled has done, we reject the prevailing belief that he has had sex with every star he has collaborated with in a film, because this insults our stars in Egypt and offends Egyptian cinema in general, as if some were in lurking in us, and I want to portray the state of the art in Egypt as a brothel Big whores only!
Our stars in Egypt are not all Mona and Shema, and our directors are not all Khaled Youssef.
Egyptian art is a thousand times good and all who try to distort the name of Egypt should be silent!