Abdullah Morsi, the son of late Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi died late wednesday due to sudden heart attack at a hospital in Cairo. He was the youngest son of Morsi. The exact reason of the stroke is still unknown. The 24 years old Abdullah was an outspoken critic of the Egyptian Government led by Abdel -Fattah al-Sisi and also accused him of killing his father.
Mohammed Morsi also died this year. Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s Ex-President, who was in jail for last six years died on Monday, 17 June 2019 at the age of 67. He died after fainting during a court session in Cairo, where he was speaking in front of the Judge and suddenly became animated. He was rushed immediately to the hospital where doctors declared him dead. The reason of death is said to be a ‘heart attack’, reported state Tv channels.
Morsi was the first democratically elected President of Egypt. He was elected as the President in the year 2012, but one year later he was ousted in a military coup led by the current President of Egypt, Abdel – Fattah al-Sisi.