Story of woman who cried late Egyptian chef Osama El-Sayed on air

Egypt: Fans and followers of the late Egyptian chef Osama El-Sayed recalled the most influential human situations that he experienced during his presentation of cooking programmes on various television channels, the most prominent of which was his conversation with a French woman of Arab origin who made him cry live.

Egypt: Fans and followers of the late Egyptian chef Osama El-Sayed recalled the most influential human situations that he experienced during his presentation of cooking programmes on various television channels, the most prominent of which was his conversation with a French woman of Arab origin who made him cry live.

Chef Osama was preparing to leave the Dubai TV channel by presenting the most prominent memories that he collected with his fans, saying: “These were some memories. Which episode, we take a call and say hello.

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Al-Sayed was silent for a few seconds, only to be surprised by a phone call from an Arab citizen residing in France, called Amal, speaking in the dialect of North African countries, which was mixed with her crying, which she justified by saying: “You compensated all the girls who lost their mothers. Thanks to you, I learned many things because I lost my mother at About 8 years old.

And she continued, “I got married and did not know anything, I was distracted in graduate studies, and I was out of work so that I could attend the episodes.”

Words that made Al-Sayed share the hope of crying, expressing his gratitude to her for her feelings towards his programme, saying: “Praise be to God, this is thanks to our Lord. I thank you very much for your feeling, but as we said in every beginning, there is an end, and we d on’t forget to pray and forgive us if we were short..

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