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Proverb of the Issue
He kills the man then attends his funeral
Egyptian proverb
Explanation:

This proverb is used to describe a type of social hypocrisy when someone deliberately inflicts damage on another person then pretends that he cares about him.


PREVIOUS PROVERBS:
. Eyes Can See But Hands Can't Get (issue 1)
. Those Who Were Ashamed are Already Dead (issue 2)
. Turn the Pot on its Mouth, and the Girl will Resemble Her Mother
(issue 3)
. My Brother and I against My Cousin; My Cousin And I against the Stranger (issue 4)
. Stretch Your Legs According to the Size of Your Quilt (issue 5)
. Eat What Pleases You and Wear What Pleases Others (issue 6)
. A Hungry Man Dreams of the Bread Market (issue 7)
. He Who Lives in a Glass House Shouldn't Throw Stones at Others (issue 8)
. When It was Time the Sad Woman Be Happy, She Found No Place (issue 9)

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