DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Egyptian emperor Reham Saeed surprised his followers in a letter asking them to pray for her after reporting a serious illness that is said to be a bacterium on her face.
"When my death does not leave or deny me invitations, forgive me all, the world has become scary. Death is not the will of anybody," Reham Said wrote in his Instagram account.
"Why did God hit me? It is a pity to forgive you, I want you to see the extent of your suffering and your patience, because God loves you," she said in a letter written on Sunday.
Saeed says he is currently working on selecting a respectable physician who will diagnose her condition and start treatment.
According to the paper, doctors fear the arrival of these bacteria in the brain, so they will undergo intensive treatment in the coming period, as these bacteria do not spread in the body and are difficult to control.
Numerous stars have interjected with Said's message and called for her rapid recovery, including artist Reema Al-Baroudi, who published Rehama's picture on the front page "Entagram" and sent her a message with the message: "You have all the crises and win them with love and people's calls and you are overwhelmed and powerful in God, and you say, 'A mountain that will shake you the wind, and if you want to come back and come to me …'
An Egyptian emitter has been controversial over recent years on several issues, including "encouraging kidnapping of children" and statements that are considered offensive to Syrians and others.
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