The body of the late artist Alaa Wali El-Din did not decompose, despite the passage of 18 years

February 14, 2021
The body of the late artist Alaa Wali El-Din did not decompose, despite the passage of 18 years The body of the late artist Alaa Wali El-Din did not decompose, despite the passage of 18 years

Dubai United Arab Emirates:- The Egyptian artist Alaa Wali El-Din died in 2002, leaving the mother of his fans and the artistic community in general, and was buried in the cemeteries of Nasr City, which is a personal grave for him and his brother Khaled and his mother, but the family graves are in the Sayyida Aisha area.

Alaa Wali El-Din's brother, Moataz, had decided to transfer their remains to the family cemetery, and after all these years he discovered that Alaa Wali al-Din's body had not decomposed.

Moataz announced that he discovered that the body of his brother Alaa was still as it was, during the commemoration of his death.

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