The artist Abdellatif Hilal died Thursday in Casablanca following a long illness. In this painful circumstance, King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolence and compassion to the family of the deceased, where he deplored “a creative artist with noble qualities”.
In his message, the Sovereign said he learned with deep emotion of the death of the great artist Abdellatif Hilal, may God have him in His holy mercy, and expressed to the members of his family and through them to all his loved ones, to his large artistic family and to all his friends and admirers, his heartfelt condolences and sincere feelings of compassion.
The late Abdellatif Hilal was one of the pioneers of theater in Morocco who enriched the national artistic repertoire with singular works in theater as well as in television and cinema, underlines the royal message.
Affirming to share the pain of the members of the deceased’s family following this cruel loss, the divine will being unstoppable, the King implores the Most High to grant them patience and comfort, to amply reward the deceased for the commendable services rendered to the art and to his homeland, to surround him with His holy mercy and to welcome him into His vast paradise.