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Ihsan Abdel Quddous, Egyptian journalist, novelist and political writer. Ibn Rose Al-Youssef, Rose Al-Youssef Foundation, Rose Al-Youssef magazine and Sabah Al-Khair magazine. His father, Muhammad Abdul Quddus, was an actor and author. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Cairo University in 1942. He worked as a trainee lawyer in the office of lawyer Edward Kassery. Editor-in-chief of Rose El-Youssef magazine from 1945-1964. He was president of Akhbar Al-Youm Foundation from 1966-1974, and chairman of the Al-Ahram Foundation board of directors from March 1975 to March 1976. He was a full-time writer in Al-Ahram newspaper until his death in January 1990. Most of his stories were turned into movies. He was married to Wahez Elhamy and had two sons: Muhammad and Ahmad. After his death, some parties tried to reproduce his stories with making modifications that they saw as necessary in order to be in line with the promotion of their doctrine and thought - but his children surprised them by rejecting the forgery, because they considered it an assault on their father, and that their approval of any change would be considered a betrayal of their father's memory, for casual, worldly political purposes, and His son, Muhammad Abdul Quddus, saw that this contradicts the values he believes in, and that this even contradicts his concept of ideas promoted by people who want to attribute moderate stories to Ihsan Abd al-Quddus after his death.