“It is forbidden, sanctify you executioners” … Mahmoud Saad, who denounced the abusive fathers, revealed

The veteran Egyptian journalist Mahmoud Saad revealed about the relationship of alienation and abandonment between him and his late father, a wide discussion on social networking sites, during the past two days, on various controversial topics, especially the concept of “honoring parents ” and how to deal with “abusive parents”.

Saad has spoken on several previous occasions about his relationship with his father, who abandoned him, his mother and his brothers after the split and did not spend on them despite his wealth. This time, the 70-year-old man renewed his talk of not forgiving his father and won the sympathy of a team of social media pioneers, while others poured their anger on him, accusing him of “father’s disobedience” and ” indecent assault.”

On the evening of Wednesday, August 3, in a live broadcast on his Facebook account, Mahmoud Saad spoke about the issue of fathers leaving their children after their mothers are divorced, based on the messages of his followers, saying that who it does “not respect” him.”

Then the journalist touched on his relationship with his father and specifically told about the incident of his death, saying: “I didn’t really feel a need (meaning with sadness)… I doubted in myself that when something like that happened, it would have been affected, I was completely affected (…) even I did not remember the Sunnah,” emphasizing that between him and him His late father “abandoned, betrayal, and a path that he started. “

“Mahabbush and do not respect him” … Egyptian media figure Mahmoud Saad makes a fuss by talking about the relationship of abandonment and estrangement with his late father, leading discussions about “disobedience of fathers and sons” and the dealing with “abusive fathers”

He added: “Although I’m not a criminal, I’m not an addict, I’m not informed, I don’t know what’s wrong with me… Raising my mother succeeded and we family is good, I feel that there is no father, but until now when I hear, read or see in someone’s movie, he says: ‘My origin is my father taught me the origin of my father’ He said: ‘ Annoyed’ and explains that it happened to him, ‘Akbar’.

He addressed: “Every father who now exists in life and has children that he does not ask about them, he does not spend on them,” and condemned: “What is the matter, uncle Hajj?”, and explained that the end of the relationship between the spouses must not be followed by the father’s alienation from his children. He also warned that “these children will grow up and not be forgotten, and the world will come and go, and it is possible for them to remain an ambassador, a minister, an engineer and a great officer , and they will not forget, and you will not be helped by anything.”

He concluded: “I ask every man to think well, especially the capable one,” stressing that it is not “grace” or “affection” of the father, but rather a “duty and responsibility.”

Commentators on social media expressed their displeasure with what Saad said they accused him with his father’s “disobedience” andexpose it and slander him after his death.”stigmatize It is an “absolute education”, and they reminded him of the religious teachings to honor parents, even if they were wrong.

Writing Murad Ali: “A big mistake was made #Mahmoud Saad; It is not fair or chivalrous to shame your father after his death, or to slander him among the people. forced upon us #Islam Honor your parents and accompany them with kindness even if they are unbelievers, and if they torment you to leave your religion. Sorry, Mahmoud, society does not lack disintegration and bad role models.”

And thechirp Ahmed Al-Sbeit: “No matter how bad the father does, he remains your father and you must respect him. If you speak badly – say that you do not love him or respect him – this is the purpose of disobedience and shameful behavior that should not be from the media can be a role model for young people.”

After attacking #Mahmoud_Saad and accusing him of “disobeying his father” and “exposing him to death”, solidarity activists reject “the claim of idealism” and demand “respect for the silent screams for years” and kindness to those who ” the” tasted. bitterness of orphanhood in the name of a living father.”

Others blamed his mother for what they saw as “inciting hatred”. She said Hala: “Shocked by Mahmoud Saad’s statements. I used to imagine that when a person grows old, wisdom increases and the adornment of the mind rises in him (…) May God have mercy on your father and forgive him and

Forgive your mother who raised you with all this hatred.”

On the contrary, another group of commentators showed their support for Saad, saying that he is “a real person who is reconciled to his feelings and does not act out,” considering that “losing a father while he is alive” could be worse than being orphaned. And thesign They pointed out that “no one will feel what Mahmoud Saad said about his father unless he had the same experience,” and urged his critics: “Instead of trying to put him first, put yourself first” and ” a perfect claim is enough.” ”

They also refused to attack the mother, demanding that she “create justifications and embellish the father’s image in front of his children, no matter how much he lets them down”.

The announcer, Iman Nabil, called for “respect for the people’s silent screams for years,” pointing out that “a very large part of society has suffered from a stingy, stingy, annoying, violent, ungrateful, stupid or narcissistic father who only sees himself.”

Nabil Taqfeh refused to “remember the virtues of your dead,” urging “it is forbidden to sanctify your martyrs and sing to your exploiters and oppressors. What Mahmoud has done, I praise him because it can causing many unconscious fathers to wake up.collect what is left of their humanity and the rest of the psyche of their sons and daughters.we learn and do not repeat mistakes.

And theemphasizes Muhammad Ibrahim: “Our Lord has commanded us to be just and benevolent. He has commanded us to love because it is not in our hands. It is not possible for my father to put me on the street for 30 years don’t throw, and my mother runs at us and is poor while he is rich and demands that I love him. This is the height of injustice. This is enough cheating and playing with people’s feelings in the name of fatherhood.”

“Bitterness of fathers may not go away with the passage of time… We as children are not born with righteousness or disobedience… If fathers honor their children in their childhood and adolescence, they will return it to them doubly, and vice. versa. How can you wait for honey from a land drenched with bile?” #Mahmoud Saad

For his part, journalist-writer Sahar Al-Jaara supported her colleague, saying: “I saw in Mahmoud’s words nothing but the bitterness of an orphan in the hands of a living father… His words are a warning to all who consider blood ties. to be just a name in the personal card without caring, no interest or tenderness. To every father who knows Well, he studied the great journalist, Mahmoud Saad.”

Commentators, meanwhile, have emphasized that the psychological damage that parents can cause in the hearts of their children is not going away. Among them is the journalist Nariman Naji, who urged: “Be kind to Mahmoud Saad and those like him: bitterness of parents may not go away with time… We as children are not born with righteousness or disobedience. One side is for the fathers and the second is for the sons. If the fathers honor their children in their childhood and adolescence, they will give it back to them twice, and vice versa. Of course, every rule has an exception.”

And Amira Mamdouh, who wrote: “A disobedient father did not fulfill his role as he should. He is not present in their lives. He hurt them psychologically. They cannot forget him. It is a very natural consequence that he does not. has any feelings. It is not related to the role of the father and mother in the lives of their children. The psychological damage that comes from the father or mother is not easily treated, and the person chooses to take him and his behavior with him throughout his life.”

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