In a new scandal of scandals within the military in the 42 to October victory anniversary celebrations, media reports revealed that the author of the operetta “Grapes photophobia” Which was introduced in October anniversary celebrations Monday 5 October, is a poet Abdul Rahman Al-Ashmawi, who announced his rejection of the coup and Description Sisi in some of his poems pharaoh.
Ashmawi and a Saudi national, and one of the most prominent poets of the Islamic world, and within the poets who attacked Sisi after the military coup.
During the October ceremony has been titled operetta “Grapes photophobia”, An operetta production from the United Arab Emirates, she offered him to Egypt for display through October victory celebrations, although the occasion is not a religious, as well as being an Egyptian occasion, it was natural that the display is not the work of an Egyptian Emirati.
During the program “Manesht” Presenter Jaber said Armouti: The author of the poem “Operetta Grapes of photophobia” A supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and his poems against Sisi, expressing dismay and surprise of this Order.
The operetta “Grapes photophobia” Production of Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qassimi, Ruler of Sharjah, and gave him to the coup leaders in Egypt on the occasion of October victory, and was attended by many of the singers and actors Egyptians and Arabs, and talking about how the spread of Islam in the era of the Prophet, peace be upon him.
The text of the poem Abdul Rahman Al-Ashmawi
What won ..!
What won the bloodshed and wasted
And the skulls and ribs Tbchtera
What won of loss gave Zemmama
Whatever claimed an important victory and showed
Do you won the Pharaoh who made fancy
Arbawoserf in error and denied?
Is won, they would destroy the benefit of Bnaqh
It was the youngest of them or Okpra?
Do you beat the dreaded Nimrod and his army
Or it became after insulting Ohakra?
Tyrants thrown inauspicious end
On jinx Qmatrir Ogbra
The one who killed the facts coming
Is the mastermind of the facts Sttrdh
Let alone running behind her Masnin
Makoftan letters from those who see
God has the wisdom of giving slaves
Hide and lose sight of the reality of mankind
Say to him that trick unjust ability
Do not forget that God remains Aloqdra