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    A primary school dropout who had no further formal education, but capitalized
    on his iron will and determined mettle that placed him in competition with peers such as: Taha Hussien, Al Akkad, and Ahmed Lotfy Al Sayed. Shakib Raslan describes him as the genius master, a literary intellect, and an iconic Arab voice of reason.
    Today, “Nahdet Misr”, revives the work of the man, whom “Mustafa Kamel” said about: “A day will come, when people will refer to Al Rafie , and say: He is a man, who embodied great wisdom in the most sophisticated linguistic frame conceivable.”