London balconies falling down, falling down, falling down…

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… as some people are wondering after Ashraf Marwan, and Soua’ad Hosni. but they tend to forget too General El-Leithy Nassef, Sadat’s former head of the Republican Guards, who played a central role in the 15 May 1971 “Corrective Revolution” against Nasser’s old-guards.

And guess what? General Nassef also jumped off from a London balcony… in the same building where Soua’ad Hosni died. Somebody go and check those bloody balconies.

Just to let you know: I live on the ground floor. OK? So if one day, la sama7 allah, you find the hoss lying dead in the backyard or something, then don’t jump to conspiracy theories… It can be then that I got depressed, and decided to jump off my 40 cm high window. And I may also decide, while flying from that height and before I hit the ground, to punch myself in the eyes a couple of times. Ok?

  1. basma

    when i read ur article hossam i was on da floor from laughing,& i told everybody about it, it’s something realy confusing & intersting. why london specialy?????!!!!! u know that england’s the most europian country that’s crowded with arabs & specialy egyptians. dont ask me if that’s a reason that they should be killed but maybe that’s connected somehow 2 all those “accidents”.keep on man.byee

  2. Hossam el-Hamalawy

    “u know that england’s the most europian country that’s crowded with arabs & specialy egyptians.”
    Not anymore.. They are all here at City Stars in Madinet Nasr, mahd el-7adarat

  3. محمد

    it’s clear now that if you want to live in London , you have to live in an underground apartment