Sisi's spouse mourns Islamic preacher Abla Al Kahlawi


Mon, 25 Jan 2021 - 12:17 GMT

Intissar El Sisi, a spouse of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi

Intissar El Sisi, a spouse of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi

CAIRO - 25 January 2020: Intissar El Sisi, a spouse of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, mourned on Monday the death of iconic Islamic preacher Abla Al Kahlawi, 72, who breathed her last after battling COVID-19.


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Posting on her social media account, El Sisi said Egypt bid farewell to an honorable and great model of the Egyptian woman who has been working with all dedication for the service of her religion and nation. She said: "Dr. Abla Al Kahlawi passed away after a long journey of giving. She has an honorable and remarkable march on the road of charity and preaching, God Bless her Soul".
She offered condolences to her family and students and prayed for God's mercy on her.

Al Kahlawi was an Egyptian Islamic preacher, and a professor of jurisprudence at the College of Islamic and Arabic Studies for girls at Al Azhar University.


She joined the Faculty of Islamic Studies at Al-Azhar University, in implementation of her father’s wishes, and specialised in Islamic law, where she obtained a master’s degree in 1974 in comparative jurisprudence, then a doctorate in 1978 in the same specialty, and moved to more than one position in university teaching.


Al Kahlawi went to the Holy Kaaba to teach daily lessons after the Maghrib prayer for women. These lessons lasted from 1987 until 1989, during which Muslim womens were received from all over the world.


Al Kahlawi established a charitable association in Mokattam neighborhood to take care of orphanned children, cancer patients and elderly Alzheimer’s patients under the name “Good Women Society”, in addition to the “Good Remains” charity complex in Mokattam.




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