Morsi’s Son, 24, Dies of an Alleged Heart Attack

Abdullah Morsi, the youngest son of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, died of  heart attack in a hospital in Giza, south of the capital Cairo on Wednesday.

According to sources, Abdullah Morsi, 24, began to feel spasms while driving his car in Cairo accompanied by a friend and was rushed to a private hospital where doctors were unable to save him.

Abdullah’s death comes two months after the death of his father, Muhammad Morsi, the first democratically elected head of state in Egypt’s modern history.

Muhammad Morsi died at the age of 67 after collapsing in a Cairo court due to a heart attack while on trial on espionage charges.

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