Badawi talks about his health… Fadi Ibrahim does not have the necessary support from the Lebanese government!

Evidence: Middle East

Writer: Vivian Haddad

Since the beginning of his acting career, Fadi Ibrahim has made a mark in Lebanon. As a young and handsome young man, he stole the limelight with his impressive presence on the small screen. His spontaneous performance added sparkle to his charisma. Actor Fadi Ibrahim is included in the list of great Lebanese artists. His brilliance, which began to increase day by day with the works he presented, placed him in the list of famous actors both locally and in Arab countries.

Fadi Ibrahim has not gone unnoticed on the small screen and stage. A top class Lebanese artist who has made a difference in the scene. He went from being an actor in local productions to becoming an Arab star in mixed series.

Today, Ibrahim is going through a tough time as his health deteriorates. He has been in the Heart of Jesus Hospital in Hazmi area for about three months. He is expected to remain there until treatment is completed. Ibrahim suffers from diabetes, which led to the amputation of his leg and some fingers on his hand after his blood levels worsened. If his condition worsens, he may undergo further surgeries.

Nima Badavi, President of the Actors' Association, said that Ibrahim, despite all the difficulties, remains united and strong. He explained to Asharq Al-Awsat, “His morale was very high and his smile never left his face. All his colleagues stood by him and supported him. Some of the Taraab stars surprised him by how much they cared about his situation. They even offered him financial support. He did not hesitate.”

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In addition to suffering from diabetes, Ibrahim suffered from kidney failure, forcing him to undergo dialysis twice a week. “The problem was that the cost of his treatment was more than what the health insurance could cover. As this matter would require additional months, we as the association had to raise our voice to provide him with financial support.

Captain Badawi says that Ibrahim entrusted him with the task, so that is the only reference to help. “Unfortunately, I opened the electronic pages and all he had to do was assign me the task of officially receiving this favor.”

Badawi invites anyone who wants to help Fadi to contact him personally. As the Lebanese government failed to cover Fadi Ibrahim's medical expenses, most of his colleagues expressed their displeasure over the issue.

“It's a shame that a Lebanese actor can reach this level after so much neglect by the Lebanese government,” says his co-star Carmen Labes. As for artist Elisa, she made sure to send him a direct message of support: “Please, let's all stop a great artist who gave a lot to art, but art gave nothing.”

Given the limited capacity of art unions in Lebanon, the voices of their leaders were loud, calling for a helping hand for Fadi Ibrahim. Captain Badawi commented to Asharq Al-Awsad: “The government funded the cost of dialysis through the efforts of the Ministers of Culture and Health, Judge Muhammad Wissam Al-Murdada and Dr. Firaz Abyad. That equates to $1,400 a month, but his long hospital stay requires a hefty sum. The story is not bazaar because people's dignity cannot be played with. “This is a heartfelt call to all who want to help Fadi.”

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Fadi Ibrahim issued a statement to put an end to the rumors about him. In it he said: My friends and loved ones, I express my deepest gratitude and appreciation for the love and care you have shown through social media. Theater, cinema, radio and television actors follow all the details from the beginning and have answers to any questions. ” , especially in the person of Captain Nima Badawi. My sincere thanks, gratitude and love. Fadi Ibrahim.

Director Eli Malouf, his friend for more than 30 years, spoke to Azhar Al-Awsad about Fadi Ibrahim's condition: “His treatment is the responsibility of the Lebanese government, but unfortunately it does not provide him with the help he needs. Fadi is not an ordinary artist who will not repeat himself. He is a tough figure in the art scene and cannot allow himself to be neglected when his country needs it most.

Despite having Australian citizenship on his mother's side, Fadi Ibrahim never left Lebanon or thought about emigrating. He presented works of art engraved in memory of Lebanese and Arab visitors. Some of his roles are so memorable to the Lebanese that to this day they call him “Nader Sabak” for his role in “The Storm Blows Twice”. and “Nader Mesh Qadir” from the play starring the late Marwan Najjar. Many memorized it with characters like “Ibrahim Pasha” in “Yasmina” and “Al-Khawaja Wajih” in “All Love, Love”. They also remember him in the roles of Ayub, The Whale, Farid Nahas and Baha in “Peasant Revolution”, “2020”, “To the Death 2” and “Secret”.

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Apart from acting, Fadi Ibrahim also worked on makeup for actors. He also excelled in professions that required high artistic sense.

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