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D-Caf and Sayed Ragab Tell Our Favourite Hawadeet Every Tuesday

The folklore tales will be a nice change of pace from the nightly mosalsalat binge-watching sessions.

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Every Tuesday, our favourite on-screen villain Sayed Ragab will be taking to YouTube in collaboration with D-CAF to bring us a weekly storytime of classic hawadeet.

Titled D-Hawadeet, the YouTube series will be telling stories from Egyptian folklore. Although we aren’t sure whether the show is taking a Antar and Abla approach or going a little more niche than that, we’re sure it will be a nice little break from the endless loop of TV dramas we’re currently in. And considering how smooth and soothing our narrator’s voice is— we couldn’t be more ready for our Ramadan bedtime story.

Visit their YouTube at youtube.com/channel/UCRxvbvKLfCmNNppu-UUcHkQ/featured


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