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Egyptian television talk shows s Egyptian television series. Saad’s image as a champion of the poor was damaged. No clear reasons was given. His limited English language skills are well compensated with Amin’s fluent English as a graduate of the “alson” language institute. On more than one occasion Saad alluded that former president Mubarak himself regularly viewed the show. Anas, sensing his imminent and dismal fate days later he would be portrayed in the Revolutionary media as an Egyptian Goebels , revealed live that Saad’s salary is in the 10 Million Egyptian pound range. None gave reasons for their resignations other than vague statements such as “well, change is the way life is”. Saad’s associates in the show did not fare much better, with Ramadan resigning in March and Tamer Ameen, the last of the legendary show’s founding fathers generation, resigning live on air April 3,

See also [ edit ] Masr El-Nahrda. Its phenomenal popularity and high viewership resulted in it being to a certain degree a tool of influencing or even shaping Egyptian public opinion. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. On more than one occasion Saad alluded that former president Mubarak himself regularly viewed the show. This gave him firsthand knowledge of the inner workings of the Egyptian art and media industry. The events of January took the whole nation,including the Masr el Naharda show, by storm.

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Views Read Edit View history. His limited English language skills are well compensated with Amin’s fluent English as a graduate of the “alson” language institute.

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The show changed its name to “Masr el Naharda” in Retrieved from ” https: However, a sudden, almost bizarre, turn of events was to take place just days later. For example, a January 27, episode devoted a section to female sexuality which was followed by the weekly religious section with the liberal, Western-dressed Sheikh Khaled ElGuindy. This gave him firsthand knowledge of the inner workings of the Egyptian art and media industry.

This knowledge, coupled with his down to earth personality and frequent humanitarian relief sketches to the sick and needy, endeared him to the Egyptian public and are key to the program’s success. His triumphant return to the show only days later placed him as the mouthpiece of the fledgling revolution. Anas, sensing his imminent and dismal fate days later he would be portrayed in the Revolutionary media as an Egyptian Goebelsrevealed live that Saad’s salary is in the 10 Million Egyptian pound range.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A few days after January 25 Saad resigned the show, or was terminated, and joined the revolution in perfect timing immediately before the fall of Mubarak. In a memorable episode he had a live argument,or fight, with his former boss, Anas el Fiki, who,along with all Mubarak’s key men,was about to be publicly humiliated.

El Beit Beitak literally “the home is your home” first aired in October during Ramadan on Channel 1 and was hosted by beeit different number of presenters. The program’s diversity was a veitak in Middle East media. None gave reasons for their resignations other than vague statements such as “well, change is the way life is”.

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This page was last edited on 4 Novemberat He resigned shortly afterwards probably due to a major salary reduction. Today the show has gained tremendous popularity. Mahmoud Saad, who presents the show in alternating days with the Amin and Ramadan duo, was a journalist in the popular weekly “Sabah el Khair”. The events of January beot the whole nation,including the Masr el Naharda show, by storm.

Saad’s talent, simple religiosity, bwit open mind, enabled him to debate both female orgasm and deep religious matters with the same ease.

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On more than one occasion Saad alluded that former president Mubarak himself regularly viewed the show. Saad’s image as a champion of the poor was damaged.

Its format is flexible, dealing primarily with current affairs. It is broadcast daily at Saad’s associates in the show did not fare much better, with Ramadan resigning in March and Tamer Ameen, the last of the legendary show’s founding fathers generation, resigning live on air April 3, Its phenomenal popularity and high viewership resulted in it being to a certain degree a tool of influencing or even shaping Egyptian public opinion.

See also [ edit ] Masr El-Nahrda. No clear reasons was given.