The death of the Princess of Wales has gripped the world, but nowhere more than in Egypt, the birthplace of Dodi El Fayed who was killed with Diana in a Paris car crash.
Many people in Egypt believe the fatal car crash was not an accident, but a criminal conspiracy carried out by British Intelligence to ensure Diana never married Dodi - a Muslim.
Now an Egyptian lawyer has filed a lawsuit against Britain's Queen and Prime Minister, claiming British intelligence was behind her death.
And several films are being made involving different conspiracy theories.
Two and a half months after the Princess of Wales was killed in a car crash, most of the world has come to terms with her death. But not in Egypt.
With Dodi El-Fayed, who also killed in the crash, originating from Egypt, emotions are still running high here.
Many believe Diana and Dodi's death was a criminal conspiracy to prevent Diana becoming involved with a Muslim man.
Now a lawyer has gone as far as to file a lawsuit against Britain's Queen and Prime Minister claiming that the British intelligence was behind the crash in Paris.
Nabih El Wahsh claims that he, and many others all over the world, have been psychologically harmed after reading reports in the press that the Royal Family and the British government were behind the killing.
He sent the lawsuit to the British Embassy in Cairo, but hasn't received any reply.
"When I found many things published in the newspapers that the accident could possibly be 90 per cent planned, it encouraged me to collect from some newspapers and the new books published and file the suit depending on these as documents for me. I said, before
filing the suit, I should send them (the Queen and Tony Blair) a notice so they have a chance to reply. I sent the notice to the embassy (British Embassy in Cairo) with a registration letter and I gave them 15 days to reply, but they didn't, so right away I filed
SUPERCAPTION: Nabih El Wahsh, the lawyer who filed the lawsuit against the Queen
El Wahsh, who has a reputation for bizarre high-profile - but unsuccessful - actions, will make a submission to a judge on December 7.
El Wahsh has no solid proof to support his claims. His evidence will depend solely on newspapers, magazines and books - most of which support the theory that the Royal Family are behind the deaths.
Despite the great interest in the theory, there are some here who believe it is too far fetched.
"I don't think he has the right to sue the Queen, I don't think he has the right to sue at all. I believe that it is true that Scotland Yard, not the Queen, was involved in killing Di and
SUPERCAPTION: Dina Ayesh, student
In addition to the many books that have been written on conspiracy theories, directors are queuing up to make films.
A director of one such film says he will touch on the conspiracy theories, but that the movie will be more of a love story.
Khairy Bishara, the Egyptian director, says he wants to give prominence to Dodi who has been left in the shade compared to the enormous publicity surrounding the death of the princess.
"Why Dodi will remain in the shadow? This I think my film give some human consideration to Dodi El Fayed, not because he's an Egyptian, but because he's a lover and I respect love and lovers."
SUPERCAPTION: Khairy Bishara, an Egyptian director who is going to produce a movie about the Princess Diana
The producer says he's studying evidence that could prove the conspiracy theory.
SUPERCAPTION: Mohamed Gazzaz, producer of the movie
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