Amal Hamadah died shortly after suffering a stroke, according to "Aljadeed TV" information. Hamadah was hit by a health monitor and was taken to Najda hospital in Nabatiyah.
"My aunt's daughter, comedian Amal Hamadah, suffered a severe stroke. In the event of my death, I took hope with her laughter and the lightness of her shadow," activist Ahmed Yassin said in a tweet on Twitter.
Amal Hamadah, 41, born in 1976, is a family suffering from stroke. She lost her sister for the same reason.
Hamada appeared for the first time in the media after a television interview, where she said her famous phrase, "Men were extinct," and later become a material for television programs.