History is concerned with documenting human pursuit, with both its advantages and drawbacks. This is what compelled us to publish the diaries of the toppled Egyptian President and once a pilot, Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, in which he documents the truth of what happened to the Egyptian Armed Forces in June 1967 defeat and how it struggled to regain its power and strength to later become the main and primary tool that helped bring victory to the country in October 6 War, just six years later.
The diaries tackle the life of Mubarak, not the person but rather the military man who gives a professional assessment of the 1967 defeat, holding top officials accountable and analyzes the Israeli enemyÕs plan, stressing that it carried no military creativity, but mainly depended on advanced military equipment and sophisticated weaponry.In his diaries, which were compiled towards the end of the seventies yet saw the light only today, Mubarak emphasized time and the proficiency of the human factor in the Egyptian forces and nation alike.
This is a book thatÕs to be read by your heart.
Flow into the depths of your soul
Transcend out of your mortal body
Take an overt look to yourself
Search for your true self
Savor the taste of your primitive nature
Set the energy of love free in your heart
And only then, will you comprehend the veracity of man.
This book uncovers the relationship between chief journalists and the ruling regime in Egypt, symbolizing the presidency as a temple, and the journalists, editors in chief and other people in the media industry as its priests, who spare no effort in serving it at times and in turning against it in others.
The Encyclopedia of the Egyptian Pyramids presents a comprehensive explanation of all the scientific discoveries and the scholarly opinions relating to the Egyptian Pyramids. Volume III tackles the secrets of the Pyramid of Khufu [Cheops], including those of the doors found inside the pyramid. Relying on colorful illustrations and pictures, the book delivers its message and presents its content in an intriguing and dazzling manner.
There have always been a lot of question marks on groups such as the ÒUltrasÓ; questions not only about its history, and how it came to be, but also about their sources of finance , political, social affiliations and procedures of entering new members and assessing their trustworthiness. Not to mention the nature of the clashes between the Ultras of various clubs, especially Al-Zamalek and Al Ahly, and a lot of other covert details that are very well kept in a cloud of mystery by the Ultras leaders.
In a simple – yet engaging – enlightened language, inventive embodiment of characters and careful spinning of fine details, this collection of stories enables
us to look at the world from multiple angles, starting from the perspective of a young girl up to the grandmother who has discussed a number of daring and
controversial topics in a manner befitting her years of life experience and the writerÕs maturity.
For the thirtieth chapter of the Holy Quran thatÕs mostly well read and memorized by the majority of Muslims, comes this interpretation by Dr. Zaghloul Al Naggar, who attempts to cover several scientific, psychological, pedagogic, and historic issues derived from the opulent cosmic, yet short verses of this chapter.
Dr. Al Naggar unveils numerous breathtaking scientific facts about ourselves and the unexplored horizons, with a quick overview on the message meant to be sent through each Surah in this holy chapter.
Not only so, but he also tells us stories about how the antecedents lived and died, and informs us about the deeds done by the good; emphasizing the pillars of the right Islamic creed, and refined Islamic values.
Following the success of his first book ‘The Heart of the Muslim Brothers’ in which he revealed the secrets of quitting the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in 2002 and their methodology of decision making; Tharwat Al- Kharabawy introduces in his book “The Secret Of The Temple” the unrevealed secrets of the MB from a well-informed vision of an ex-member. The book is not aimed at defaming the MB, but rather provides an apprehension of the circumstances of the current events, and remedies any misconceptions, if present.
The Shadow of the Apple is a special realistic fiction. The novel revolves around an imaginative incident. The Nile Delta sinks due to a torrential flood, in which Alaa El Sayed Tawfiq survives and shelters on an island that emerged in the middle of the new sea where he met a woman and three children, whom survived on same island. We hear the bitterness of their personal defeats through the skillful narrative of the writer and doctor Mohamed Ibrahim Qandil in his first published work, that won the Literature News Award for the novel.
“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!!”
The book enlightens the concept of the state and its relationship to the Egyptian public opinion and the various communal groups.
It sheds the light on how the state is structured and its work style, displaying the information management cycle, the decision making methodology, means of execution, and how all these processes are interleaved with societal constructs.