Wael Al-Ibrashi: What do we know so far about the death...

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The death of the Egyptian journalist, Wael Al-Ibrashi, sparked a lot of controversy, after his family talked about a “medical error” that led to a deterioration in his health after he was admitted to the hospital, affected by his infection with the Corona virus, which was denied by his doctors.

As a result, the Egyptian Public Prosecution announced, yesterday, Saturday, the opening of an urgent investigation into the death of the journalist.

A statement issued by the Public Prosecution indicated that “the wife of the late journalist submitted a petition in which she complained to a doctor of causing her husband’s death.”

The complainant added that: “A doctor gave him non-circulated pills, claiming their effectiveness in treating the Corona virus, and convinced him to take them and treat him at home, saying that he “was smoking heavily in the bedroom of the late, despite the negative impact of this.”

The doctor responds, and the union warns

Within the framework of the right of reply, the program hosted the accused doctor, who denied the accusations against him He added that he would seek “to expedite the investigation to prove his innocence.”

And the doctor continued, “I seek an excuse for his family and his wife, because she is not a doctor,” adding that he “sent a report against him.” The doctor, Khaled Montaser, against the background of calling his name in all accusations that contradict the truth, according to saying.

The Egyptian doctor and media person, Khaled Montaser, had published a post on his page, in which he described the death of El-Ibrashi as a “medical crime with full pillars”, and Montaser attached his post with documents. He said it shows the treatment journey that El-Ibrashi went through.

The Egyptian Medical Syndicate announced the opening of an investigation into the accusations made by the family of the late journalist, of having Medical error in its treatment.

The union called on the media to “wait until the investigations, which will be supervised by committees, are completed.” competent, before addressing medical issues or launching accusations and pre-convictions.”

The Doctors Syndicate also confirmed that it will take legal measures against those who abused doctors or deliberately mixed them Matters, adding that “it deals with one standard, which is to seek justice in complaints of medical error, it will not be Execution of a doctor or supporter of another on the basis of a classification of the patient in terms of importance, fame or position.

incessant murmuring

The case received wide interaction on social media.

There are those who focused on the media coverage that accompanied the beginning of the news of the announcement of the man’s death and what followed Political and religious debates about death, up to the recent turmoil about the causes of his death.

A section of commentators were surprised by the media discussion about the causes of death, saying that “such a discussion His place is the medical and judicial institutions, not the media and digital platforms.”

There was also renewed debate about the limits of media coverage on such “thorny issues that are still pending.” Investigation”.

Some commentators prefer not to delve into it in the media, noting that “the issuance of prejudices will be his Negative consequences for everyone.

Some also considered the matter “defamation and an infringement of the powers of the judiciary.”

On the contrary, others defended the media coverage of the causes of El-Ibrashi’s death and the family’s right to Express her doubts.

There are also commentators who believe that media involvement in such files will shed light on aspects of A mission that affects the health of the citizen.

Other tweeters, in the media coverage about Wael Al-Ibrashi, found an opportunity to talk about the situation health care in Egypt and learn more about the medicines used to treat corona patients.

At the same time, however, they called for “avoiding making general judgments based on special cases, which may be avoided.” It contributes to spreading strife within society.

On the other hand, another group of commentators describe the media interest in El-Ibrashi’s death as exaggerated.

They wonder, “whether the death of a simple citizen will receive the same media coverage.”

While another sector of Egyptians chose to distance themselves from the political and religious debate, they were satisfied Emphasizing “the sanctity of death and the need to respect the reputation of others, whatever their status or position.”

The Egyptian journalist, Wael Al-Ibrashi, died after suffering complications from being infected with the Corona virus last year.

Al-Ibrashi had missed the first Egyptian satellite screen and from presenting the “Ninth” program, since He was diagnosed with it in December 2020.

Al-Ibrashi was admitted to the hospital for treatment, but his suffering with the side effects of the virus continued.

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