ILO chooses Ahmad Izz
A protocol agreement was signed in Cairo at the end of December between the International Labor Organization and young Egyptian actor Ahmad Izz to name him as a ‘Friend of the Organization’ in the Northern African region.
The agreement comes as part of the current campaign waged in Egypt by the organization under the banner “Kart Ahmar La’amal Al Atfal” (A Red Card for Child Labor).
Izz stated that he is “grateful for the new position,” and hopes he will be able to contribute as much as possible to different charitable endeavors to help children.
For the first time, Ahmad and Lebanese actor Nour took part in a radio drama series, “Film Arabi” (An Arabic Film), which broadcasted during the holy month of Ramadan.
The drama was aired on the Egyptian FM radio station. Recently numerous movie stars expressed an interest in taking roles in radio dramas in addition to television programs.
Circulating rumors claimed that Nour and Ahmad were getting engaged, but neither has admitted the two will be tying the knot.
Nour stated, “We are merely good friends who happen to star in the same films.”
The two actors have worked on several joint projects; the latest being the film “Malaki Iskindirya.”