A mysterious Syriac manuscript, written by an anonymous writer, that’s been well kept for generations and decades… Sukkar didn’t know how impactful these words will be on his life and his friends’, as he travelled to Alexandria to meet them. Those words took them in a journey through time, space and the boundaries of the mind from the Alexandrian Salinas all the way to the white desert… to what end? … to what destiny?!
It never occurred to Sameh that one day he would experience “astral projection”, which allows the spirit to depart the body to become an invisible spectrum capable of flying and going anywhere without being noticed. One can even sneak into people’s dreams, talk to them, get to know their thoughts and roam the whole world before the spirit returns to the body. He learned many details about the world of crime and secret deals struck by the lords of evil in the dark!
It is a new film on paper, featuring your same favorite movie stars, along with pictures that introduce you to the movie in a more amusing way than 3D glasses.
She has been waiting for him at the end of the street, staring at a dress in a window shop to suddenly find him holding her hands. Without uttering a single word, the two walked together, side by side- she hanging her bag on her shoulder and he wearing his bamboo hat with a leather strap at its end. The air moved her wide dress, causing its silk fabric to touch his rough English wool pants as their bright black shoes walked in wise, slow and sad steps on the road pebbles.
The machine placed right in front of him kept producing the same call intermittent sound. He quickly ran to write a few numbers, letters and symbols. As soon as he was done with the letter, he got the code book to decipher the signs. There starts the story of an Egyptian agent who managed to tactfully fool the Mossad, the Israeli Intelligence Agency, for years. He was assigned an exciting and dangerous mission in Tel Aviv, where a surprise awaited him
Is love a well-woven plan, if well outlined, that grants you the love of your beloved, regardless of how difficult this may be?
Or is it some sort of chemistry attracting two hearts, making you grow attached to someone and hateful of another without a clear reason?
Or is it divinely pre-destined even before we come to this world- something that is inevitable and cannot be escaped? Perhaps if you learn about the love story of Gitam, Marwa and Sherif, you will get to know the answer to these questions, despite its unique difficulty.
A novel based on the author’s personal biography, telling the story of a young man named Hassan who spent his childhood in Gaza with his two brothers who are members in Hamas organization, his father, his mother and a sister- the youngest of them. Hassan lived through and witnessed many tales manifesting the contradiction between the Shaikhs’ talks and acts, as well as their refusal to engage in argument.
He was forced to abandon studies at Hamas Islamic University and move to Algeria to join the Faculty of Mass Communication at one of its universities. After he returned to Gaza, Hassan began to recognize the difference between the attitude of anti-occupation defense that has vanished in the air after Oslo treaty, the first Intifada (Uprising) and the armed conflict between Hamas and Fath groups.
You could hear a pin drop… and they knew that not before long, there will be screams, overpowered by the roars of guns and wailing of women nearby.
They might be raping a woman before the eyes of her husband and children, or killing a father in front of his children and turn his house’s yard into a blood filled pond…all of this is taking place now.
The book depicts in a fictional kind of narration a set of historical events and incidents that took place on the sides of the Blue River in the Middle Ages in one of the most powerful states of Abyssinia, the Christian state of Alawa.
The writer depicts the city, providing a careful and detailed description of life there, from the markets, to slave trade, to houses, to the conflict between the Church and the Palace – how it erupted and aggravated to reach a war that jeopardized the safety and existence of the entire kingdom – and the role of the King’s translator, Delmar, and his grandson Sisi in keeping the secrets of the kingdom and supporting the King.
“This program aims at enabling all humans, without exception, to vitally communicate through the development of the responsible nerve cells in the brain. You are a physician and know for fact that when brain cells practice doing something , they get better by time, until they can do it automatically and professionally like a musician who first learns the basics of playing an instrument and eventually, becomes a creative producer”.
“And how will you grant all humans this ability?”
“Through awakening the “dormant” my dear!!”
Through his literary work that has added a great deal to the literature of espionage, we have been acknowledged of the details and heroes of this world.
In this book, Saleh Morsi starts off with a study that reveals how the world of espionage was created, and how it developed from the very beginning up to the latest stories that intrigue people everywhere.
The author managed to validate each and every piece of information presented, as accurately as possible, as if he was walking very cautiously through a spider’s web.
“Time passes by but we never pass it. And when it passes by we are never able to get out of it or stop it”. A title blending two Arabic words, Zaman (time) and Makan (place), takes us back in time to interact with the present and realize through its incidents that blend historical events, those imagined by the author and others inspired by our present reality, that we are mere time spots radiating light whenever its due time comes. Based on such thinking and view, Tharwat Al-Kharabawy, takes us on a journey through time. He tackles the challenges facing Islam in our modern time, shedding light on those who use religion as a tool to fulfill their agendas, putting us in confrontation with our weak and feeble present.