The book compiles many Hadiths and actions of the Prophet that depict amazing facts about the creation and its scientific phenomenon highlighting the supreme power of Allah and His unique might and wisdom in operating it. The author explains such Hadiths and facts, emphasizing the explicit accuracy they demonstrate to bear witness of the genuineness and honesty of the noble Prophet, being a divinely assigned Messenger who vocalizes inspiration not personal whim.
The two friends, Louza and Rommana, live in a two floor residential building that has 4 apartments always filled with incessant yelling and endless quarrels between its residents. Thirteen year old strong and proactive Rommana, the doormans daughter, decides to fix this desperate state with the help of her friend Louza, a resident and her best friend, especially after her father told her that he couldnt continue working in these conditions.
In the beginning, they thought of a way to segregate the residents, contemplating that this would have to reduce the problems between them.
Rommana discovers that the solution doesnt lie in segregating the residents further apart, as they had thought, on the contrary it lies in bringing them closer, and helping them comprehend that more loneliness and selfishness were not the answer to their problems. The answer is in honest communication, active listening and helping one another. This is how Rommana succeeded in transforming the building into a happy jolly home.
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.
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.