A mixture of fiction and real life stories. You cannot trace which events happen in real life and which is the creation of the author. The author advises the reader not to think much about that. What I sought to present in this last book of mine is to invite you to read it more than once. The material of this book was prepared for this purpose; to be read several times, at least three times. Once, for the reader to get to know the story of the protagonist with his mentor which comprises theories of management as well as Sufi and Philosophic values. The second time is for the reader to focus mainly on the Six Main Fundamentals of “Thinking out of the Box”, to memorize them and reflect on them.
As for the third time, it’s for the reader to recall, as he/she reads through the book, a real life problem and try to come up with solutions for it by thinking out of the box. It’s a mean to make life easier for people and a tool aiding them to tread the right path. I invite you in the end to elevate your thinking beyond all obstacles’.
“We’re living in a state of absolute confusion that’s capable of wreaking havoc of man and everything else; the good and the bad, the virtuous and the wrongdoer alike. Rifts and conflicts do not impact only the wrongdoers, but rather everybody suffers their flames.
In the age of loss, speakers become plenty, as well as analysts. Also, ideas mix and opinions conflict at times and meet at others- yet the solution remains hanging; same way implementation remains absent and far fetched in most cases. As an Egyptian sensing and living the pains of this country, I could strongly feel and comprehend the right Egypt has over me and the responsibility befalling me as a writer. So, I decided to collect all the fragments and gather all the threads of confusion. Here, inspired by my long journey through the history of this country, its characteristics and the approach it adopted in difficulties, plights and challenges, I attempt to fully depict the current situation in Egypt, suggesting a way out of this dilemma”.
‘The Muslim Brotherhood” group has long bragged about struggling against the U.S, repeating slogans that encourage people and nations to boycott it on the pretext of protecting the Arab countries and protecting Islam. They went even further, and accused the Arab governments that have a form of relationship with America of treason. However, as soon as they gained power over Egypt and rose to presidency, their hidden secret began to unfold, uncovering their true reality and proving that all that they’ve been claiming was nothing but sheer lies and heresy to consume the media. In fact the MB group has long maintained strong ties with the U.S. Their relationship involves long years during which they planned many of the incidents Egypt went through, ever since the assassination attempt that targeted the late Egyptian President Gamal Abdul Nasser in Al-Mansheya Square in 1954, up till Mohamed Mursi’s presidency.
The author here presents the communication that took place between the MB group and the White House over the years, supporting his material with documents depicting that.
Years have passed and many accounts were recorded describing 6 October War, yet there still remains many aspects of this historic war that have not been uncovered yet. There are aspects that can only be grasped and comprehended by those who lived through war events. Today, one that restored national dignity to the Egyptians and Arabs at large, Ahmed Abul Ghait, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, narrates in Part I of this book events he witnessed himself, given his work with Mohamed Hafez Ismail, the National Security Advisor, for two consecutive years, during which he followed up on pre-war preparations in Egypt to face the Israeli enemy. He also narrates many scenes related to the war itself and postwar negotiations.
The enlightened eyes of a visionary Egyptian journalist surveyed one of Earth’s most enormous spaces from the west of the great Sahara, where Mauritania and Morocco are located, passing through Algeria, Mali, Chad, Niger, Libya, Egypt and Sudan, then quickly looking over Somalia, where he observed the triangle of wickedness: the making of terrorism, weapons’ trade and drug dealing that are run by security agencies of super powerful countries and ruling houses to brainwash young Muslims, especially young Arab Muslims, to exploit them in dismantling the Arab world under the guise of jihad and the enactment of God’s law.
Indeed, they abuse the inadequacy of the Arab ruling regimes in catering for the basic necessary needs of the poor and disadvantaged millions and youths in the Arab world at large and the largely underexplored African Arab desert.
The great journalist, Ayman Al Sisi, presents this vision with a strategic level of awareness of the nation’s crisis, not just Egypt’s.
Mr. Ahmed Abul Gheit, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, discloses in this book many Egyptian foreign policy files linked to the reign of the toppled Egyptian President, Hosny Mubarak. He reveals secrets and details presented to the public for the first time. Also included are files of the Palestinian case, Egyptian-American relations, the Nile basin, the methodology of the former president in administering the Egyptian foreign affairs and details pertaining to his last days in office.
It’s politics that is never weary of reporting the version of events’ makers.
The pages of this book chronicle the deeds and doings of the Russian president Vladimir Putin since his coming into office after being elected in 2002.
Authored by Dr. Samy Omara, one of the prominent Arab reporters who resided in Moscow for many years; the book showcases the political scene in Russia post the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early nineties.
Dr. Omara describes Putin’s battle with the stratum of oligarchy, who are predominantly Jews; and his discord with the most eminent governors, foreign presidents of countries that have declared their independence and autonomy, the poles of the media, the struggle against the separatist movements in Chechnya, and the North Caucasus, and his stern oppositional stance against corruption.
In a documentary form, yet exciting style, dependent on the pursuit of the acceleration of events, the book presents official documents, photographs and illustrations related to the trial of the toppled Egyptian President, Mohamed Hosny Mubarak, his two sons, his Minister of Interior, Habib al-Adli and his subordinates. The author participated in most of these events and, hence, offers an utterly vibrant description.
The holy and blessed land of Sinai, the land of the Fairouz [the Turquoise stone], and God’s messages’ gateway
History was written on its sands from the times of the Ottoman era up to the Zionist schemes for the region, and finally, the formation of extreme armed terrorist organizations.
How have the holy sands of Sinai been tainted by innocent bloodÉ and what kind of fiery struggle is there to take over itÉwhat is the secret behind the “Giora Eiland’s” project… and what’s meant by the empire of evil on the holy land?
Get acquainted with Sinai in a way that has never been introduced before in this remarkable documentation by Khaled Okasha.
Their ideology came to a sad end in less than a year following their victory in the race for Egypt’s presidency in 2012, despite their long-standing presence in the country that has extended beyond 80 years. They lost every single bit of sympathy from the society for what they have done. They preached what they didn’t practice. They failed to justify their mysterious ties with some states and organizations that have long been conspiring against Egypt and its nation. They just couldn’t believe that they were in fact marking an end to their history until Egyptians took to the streets in June 30, 2013 announcing their rejection of their lies and infuriating statements that question people’s integration and national pride.
I would not be exaggerating if I say that the ÒDevelopment BookÓ of the world has
long been inscribed, but is seems we either do not know how to read, or do not
want to read as the process of economic, administrative and political development has been scrutinized to the extent that the curricula of developmental political economy discourse essential decisions and systematic phases similar to ÒcookingÓ books, with a difference in analogy.
In return, it seems that EgyptÕs contemporary history, at least in the times of Mohamed Ali, is merely a series of setbacks intersected with partial success in some field. Why hasnÕt renaissance, development and achievement ever been a title to the book of EgyptÕs contemporary history? What is the procedure that we
overlook or disregard that hinders us to follow the procession whether in our neighbouring nations or the far away ones.
Why are we left behind while others progress?