Egyptian, Arab celebrities stand by Egyptair despite Thursday's tragic crash
Sherine Abdel Wahab, Assala and Ahlam support the airline following the last week's mysterious crash. (egyptianstreets.com)
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Despite the tragic crash of the Egyptair flight MS804 on Thursday, Egyptian and Arab celebrities took to social media to show their solidarity with Egypt's flagship airline.
All sixty six people on board died when the doomed jet crashed into the Mediterranean Sea.
Egyptian singer Sherine Abdel Wahab posted an old picture of her relaxing during an EgyptAir flight as an act of solidarity with the airline.
The starlet captioned it, "Together to support our country’s airlines."
Syrian stars Assala Nasri and Waleed Tawfik also posted pictures and messages showing their support for the airline.
“I am writing this message today exactly while I am sitting on an EgyptAir seat, heading to Dubai,” Assala wrote.
Meanwhile, Emirati singer Ahlam posted a picture of the pilots and some of the victims on the doomed flight and captioned it, "May they rest in peace and may God protect Egypt and its people from any harm."