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.”
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?!
Sica and Moca, two friendly brothers hope to live happily together in the nice house their grandfather has dedicated them, but soon their dreams vanish into air. First, their overwhelming joy distracted them from estimating the problems. Then, the conflicts, distracted them from resolving these problems. What are these
problems? Can the wise man, Feyroora, guide them to the right path- to happiness in their new nice house?
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.
This novel capitalizes on significant themes such as: oppression, violence in schools, the inability to experience the feeling of freedom, and female representation in student unions. It sheds light on the conflict between outdated and contemporary management, by highlighting the different managerial patterns of a traditional school principal and various young social workers.
People vary in their understanding of Sufism, its doctrine and orders, in a way that may be contradictory. For some, Sufism is absolute religiosity, piety and the optimum goal of treading the path towards Allah, whereas others consider it as a form of deviance and atheism. Here lies the significance of this book, the aim of which seems quite difficult and challenging, as it seeks to provide pure and wise explanation of the notion of Sufism in order to decipher clues about Sufism and properly define it. It may be challenging, yet simple; as it’s difficult for the limited language and its tools to cover and contain the core of such an exclusive and unique spiritual path. A path where one treads towards Allah, flying in an explicitly spiritual journey in the heavenly skies, to feel the divine presence of Allah, which goes beyond the limitations of human mind and perception.
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.