Youssef felt bored as he sat in the car with his parents who have both agreed to not give him a brother to keep him company, and whenever he asked for anything, they always gave him reasons ad excuses why he couldnt have it. Youssef can no longer take their excuses that stand in the way between him and his desires.
The book deals with great people who enriched the minds and souls of the nation. It was compiled by the great journalist Sana El Baisy in the book The World of Certainty, calling for using the rational mind in thinking and reflecting, without neglecting a text or belittling an interpretation.
The book consists of 12 chapters. She started the first chapter by talking about the Prophet Mohamed, peace be upon him, and then talked about some of the other prophets, as the father of the prophets, Ibrahim, the patient Ayoub and Yahya.
In the other chapters, she spotted glimpses of the lives of men and women who were a light to humanity and a symbol of thought, ethics, and faith. Among them are Khadija bint Khuwailid, Omar Ibn El Khattab, and Abu Bakr El Siddiq. Then she mentioned the four Imams; Malik, Abu Hanifa El Nu’man, El Shaafa’y and Ibn Hanbal. She also mentioned the holy Azhar Imams; Omar Makram, Imam Mohamed Abdo, Moustafa Abd El Raziq, El Baqury and El Shaarawy. She talked about other thinkers as Goethe and Bent El Shatea. About Qur’an readers, she mentioned Sheikh Mohammed Refaat and Sheikh Moustafa Ismail.
Sana El Baisy did not neglect the critical historical events. She tackled the adversity we suffer, analyzing our conditions today, and the Israeli attempts to distort the essence of true religion and thought.
Whats love? A question that has preoccupied Yomn, our storys heroine, when she was young, as love was once the theme of her schools annual competition. During her journey to find out what love is, a beautiful friendship developed between Yomn and the old lady who lived next door, who has recently recovered from a psychological illness. This relationship played a transformational role in each of their lives .
Human beings can coexist in peace and harmony only when they have tolerance towards accepting one another, and when they understand that it is only God who has the right to judge people. It is then when people with different faiths and beliefs lose any feeling of superiority over other believers. God is the creator and only he will judge people on dooms day.
The author of this book further illustrates the above point through the writings of renowned scholars of the three main religions whom all strive to deliver a key message that faith and religion are related directly to God and that the world should accommodate everyone.
The themes of this story are collaboration and coexistence, as presented in the story of the children: Seif anf Mounir, who have been raised together in the house of Grandma Fatma. After Seif goes to school, his manners and attitude to Mounir change as his schoolmates blame him for dealing with someone who doesnt belong to his faith this continues until the grandma gets sick and the crisis brings them back together.
After a long fight against cancer, Maha finally won and was fully recovered; however, one fast glance at the mirror took her back to her early feeble days, for she has completely lost her hair! Words cant begin to describe how self-conscious and embarrassed she felt. How will she face and overcome her feebleness?
Through his literary work that has added a great deal to the literature of espionage, we have been acknowledged of the details and heroes of this world.
In this book, Saleh Morsi starts off with a study that reveals how the world of espionage was created, and how it developed from the very beginning up to the latest stories that intrigue people everywhere.
The author managed to validate each and every piece of information presented, as accurately as possible, as if he was walking very cautiously through a spider’s web.
Are we on the brink of an outright war over the River Nile water-sharing? To what extent does Israel pose a threat to the national security of Egypt, particularly with regard to the River Nile springs? Are we in a critical situation after Ethiopia’s latest announcement to build Al-Nahda Dam? Do we have to choose between thirst, as a result of denying Egypt its share of water and its legal right in the River Nile water on one hand, or drowning in an imminent catastrophic flood if the Ethiopian Dam was ever destroyed, which would negatively affect the High Dam in Egypt? All these and many others are questions the book attempts to answer, discussing the case of the River Nile and the row over water, a new threat Egypt is facing. The book also deciphers many clues about Al-Nahda Dam and why Israel is interested in the River Nile water and desires to lay control over it!
The River Nile… to where? Nile countries… to where? Egypt… to where? Are questions the book addresses among many others!