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    The author demonstrates the value of the Ummah (the Muslim Nation) in the Islamic law (Sharia), emphasizing this value from the various meanings of the word Ummah, as mentioned in the Holy Quran, clarifying the difference between the word Qabila (Tribe) and Qawm (Group of People). The author furthermore presents the fundamental principles that have been lost in the modern Muslim nation, the nation which once expanded and spread its wings over the world. He draws a comparison between the history of the Ummah and its present reality, one thatÕs characterized by a major decline and weakness in facing the Zionist enemy, thanks to the political and intellectual dissensions overwhelming most Islamic groups. The author calls for joining forces and unity, and setting aside differences as long as they’re secondary and as long as we agree on the primary and core principles amongst ourselves.


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    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.


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    “Daraw” is a small village in the heart of the Egyptian city of Aswan, whose people’s kind hearts beat with simplicity, purity, and intelligence. The book embraces shrewd depiction of some of these good hearts.


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    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.


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    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


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    Telling it as it is

    A social, satirical, political and historical documentation of the invisible dimensions of our lives; it unveils them and puts them under the spotlight for us to comprehend and review the courses of our routes towards them.
    It also addresses the pessimists, who refuse to have hopes for the future and purposefully disengage from their life, walking away from contributing to its betterment; and only participate in actions of criticism, and extortion.
    A part of the book tackles many of the wrong behaviors we have, sarcastically, such as: double and even triple parking.
    This literary piece is based on a popular radio show under the same title, it is a hit on the radio station 9090. It presents the extract of the show’s philosophy and all the cases it has discussed.

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    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.


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    The Art of Life

    The book is based on the episodes of the TV program The Art of Life. It deals with a number of life-skills that should be learnt by presenting a problem that happened due to lacking the knowledge of these skills and the means to acquire them. Such life-skills help ensure a better life that can be enjoyed and lived as intended by God.

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    A simple story presented to the children to know and learn that humans, birds and animals all live in this world and should co-exist in the spirits of peace, love and friendship despite their differences.


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    Salem is a content fisherman, and his fellow fisherman, Qassem, is disgruntled and always unsatisfied with what Allah has bestowed on him; he is greedy and hopes to catch more fish than Salem.
    One day, Salem was surprised to find that his fishing net has caught something heavy, to realize that it was a blue lamp. He pushed a button and suddenly an alien appeared dressed in a spacesuit, and a metal helmet. He introduced himself from the blue planet who has come to Earth on a scientific expedition to explore its environment and comprehend the reasons behind the pollution that has struck it.


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    A series of stories, whose heroes are buildings and builders that present conclusive moments in Egypt’s architectural history or ” Al Gheitany’s” biography, intermitted by glimpses where Al Ghietany explains architectural expressions in metaphoric descriptions and a Sufi demeanor as he views things and their reflections and search for meanings and their antonyms.
    Each story is an establishment of a life, a movement, a ray of light in a deserted human passage way with significant titles.
    Al Gheitany swings between the visible and invisible, secrecy and revelation to tell more and more, without closing the building’s door at the end of the text.


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    Life is described as a “basket”, where people place their deeds and actions. Through the usage of rhymes , the story distinguishes between tactfulness and ferocity, and their good or bad consequences.
    Read the story of the first boy and flip the book to know what the other boy did the basket.