The author tackles the scientific miracles in the Quran, an important issue that triggered widespread controversy, clarifying the proper understanding of such theory amongst the intellectuals and those who argue about it. Dr. Zaghloul Al Naggar furthermore stresses the fundamental standards that should monitor such concepts and the importance of highlighting scientific miracles of the Quran in the contemporary modern scientific revolution.
Tata the Duck, was born in the beginning of autumn in a forest up North, she triumphantly saved her folks from the cunning fox. But before his death, he injured her wing rendering her disabled, and yet, she could still fly and catch up with the flock, how could she do that?
A novel based on the author’s personal biography, telling the story of a young man named Hassan who spent his childhood in Gaza with his two brothers who are members in Hamas organization, his father, his mother and a sister- the youngest of them. Hassan lived through and witnessed many tales manifesting the contradiction between the Shaikhs’ talks and acts, as well as their refusal to engage in argument.
He was forced to abandon studies at Hamas Islamic University and move to Algeria to join the Faculty of Mass Communication at one of its universities. After he returned to Gaza, Hassan began to recognize the difference between the attitude of anti-occupation defense that has vanished in the air after Oslo treaty, the first Intifada (Uprising) and the armed conflict between Hamas and Fath groups.
From Rapunzel’s Frying Pan Eggs to Ariel’s Sea Turtle Cupcakes, this beautiful cookbook is filled with delicious recipes inspired by the Princesses’ many adventures. With simple step-by-step instructions, mouth-watering photos of each dish, and helpful tips from the Princesses themselves, this cookbook makes it easy to whip up some kitchen magic.
This book presents young men and women who refused to surrender to unemployment, and came up with ideas to face this crisis; ideas that were really unconventional and at other times just plain and simple.
Accordingly, we have new creative professionals who are proactively participating in building their country.
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?
The book includes rare documents that are published for the first time which display the nature of the relationship between the state and the church throughout nearly 60 years. They also include a map of the intellectual streams of the Christians in Egypt, either of the educated elite or the Christian clergymen, with the aim of clarifying the difference between these general trends.
What ties me to these countries are not the maps drawn in the geography school book, or the ancient history that closely connected Egypt and the Levant, nor any religious predisposition pertaining to the life stories of the Prophets’ what ties me to the Levant are specific details, the soft beautiful voice of Fayrouz, fragments of worn out collection of poems on the bookshelf of my grandpa carrying the name of Nizar Qabbany and the fine and strong dancing steps shaking the floor underneath in Baalbak. All these details were essential elements in the formation of my dream of visiting these countries.
This book discusses the value of forgiving ones self and others through the life story of a small tree named Afnan. Afnan is a small tree that lived through an emotional ordeal, when some boys attacked her mother tree, and seriously damaged it. In spite of the boys wrong doings, Afnan found it in her heart to forgive the boys, especially after her mother tree was saved, and made a full recovery.