Wael El-Ibrashi (October 26, 1963 - January 9, 2022), Egyptian journalist and media personality.
About his life
He was born in Sherbeen, Dakahlia Governorate. He worked as a journalist for Rose El-Youssef newspaper, then at Sawt El-Umma, before he resigned from it in 2010. Everyday, succeeding Amr Adeeb on ON channel. Previously, Wael presented the media, Mona El-Shazly, on the daily “10 pm” program, which was broadcast on Dream Channel; He was a presenter of the "The Truth" program on Dream TV channel 2. He was accused during the reign of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in 66 cases, the latest of which was published in the case of incitement to non-implementation of the real estate tax law, in which he was acquitted days after the January revolution. More than one press scoop was registered in his name, such as the case of Lucy Artin, the sinking of the ferry of peace, the killing of the recruit Suleiman Khater, the massacre of Bani Mazar, the secret of Mubarak’s hostility to the Shazly team, the suffering of AIDS patients in Egypt, the causes of the assassination of Sadat, the series of fugitives in London, the investigations of refugees in the Golan, the bombing of the Church of Saints, torture in prisons, Exchanging the spy Gabriel for 25 Egyptian prisoners.
Wael El-Ibrashi died on Sunday, January 9, 2022, at the age of 58, after a struggle with illness, as a result of being infected with the emerging coronavirus.