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Producers of Ramadan Television Series Trash National Park in Egypt

Producers of Ramadan Television Series Trash National Park in Egypt
A photograph circulated by environmental activists in Sharm El-Sheikh of trash allegedly left behind by Muhammad Fuad and his team
A photograph circulated by environmental activists in Sharm El-Sheikh of trash allegedly left behind by Muhamed Fuad and his team

Trash left behind by a team of television producers in the National Park of Ras Mohamed has angered environmental activists in Sharm El-Sheikh and across Egypt.

According to images highly circulated on social media, Muhamed Fuad and his team, who were filming the Ramadan television flick ‘Fu2sh fi al-mu3askar,’ left piles of garbage deep inside the protected park.

The television show, which is aired nightly during Ramadan on Al-Hayah Television Network, follows pop singer Muhamed Fuad pranking celebrities.

Poster for ''Fu2sh fi al-mu3askar'
Poster for ”Fu2sh fi al-mu3askar’

The pranks are highly elaborate and normally portray a celebrity on a boat in Sharm El-Sheikh, during which their boat is raided by actors in Israeli military uniforms, riding  military helicopters and speed-boats waving Israeli flags. The celebrity being pranked is then blindfolded and taken to a fake Israeli military base set up in the National Park of Ras Mohamed.

With a reported production cost in the millions of dollars, environmental activists have blasted Muhamed Fuad and Al-Hayah for failing to clean up the park following their filming.

More photographs of the trash left behind can be seen below, courtesy of Sharmers Discover Sinai:

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  • frank

    Interesting article about property in Egypt

  • Kikka Nana Sihvonen

    Can’t believe they can do this!!!??? After everything else I heard about this company,,, they take no responsibility of anything, and somebody should really put them in charge of what they do!

  • k kafura

    Do the right thing, clean up your mess. You want people to come back to Egypt, you want tourism dollars? This would be a reason you are not seeing tourism. Fix your mess, sir!

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