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Islam Mitsraym

Assistant Editor of Science Section

Islam is the Assistant Editor of the Science Section since 2010. He studied Biology as a major and he's an Administrative Member in the Astronomical Society of Mahmoud Mosque (ASMM), Giza, Egypt. He achieved a Postgraduate Diploma in Anthropology from The Institute of African Researches & Studies, Cairo University.

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First Muslim Hubs of FIFA World Cup

First Muslim Hubs of FIFA World Cup

The 21st FIFA World Cup, which lasts till July 15, still dazzles the world with its record-breaking goals and statistics. It’s also the first World Cup where video assistant referees (VARs) have been utilized. However, these aren’t the only unique aspects of this world biggest sports tournament, trailing only the Summer Olympics. The 2018 football …

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Islam in the Hub of FIFA World Cup 2018

Islam in the Hub of FIFA 2018 World Cup

MOSCOW – It was in 2010 when Russia got the nod from  the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)  to host the current 21st World Cup, the globe’s most prestigious football tournament The competition is slated to run between June 14 and July 15, and it  features seven Muslim nations out of the 32 contestants; they …

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The Six Muslim Hosts of FIFA World Cup 2018

As the world welcomes today, June 14, the 21st edition of the most popular sports event in the world, i.e. the World Cup, many eyes of the world soccer fans are already sparkled with high anticipation. What’s new in this year’s tournament is that six Muslim cities will take part in hosting some matches and …

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Antimatter: The Mirror We Didn’t Look At

Antimatter: The Mirror We Didn’t Look At

Science always taught us to think outside the box, get out of templates, step out of the crowd and put restrictions aside. A couple of years ago, NASA’s Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope surprised the entire world with an unexpected finding: “Thunderstorms make antimatter,” a bombshell which hit the world and especially scientists. Fermi telescope observed that …

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Longest & Shortest Fasting Hours in Ramadan 2018

Longest & Shortest Fasting Hours in Ramadan 2018

MAKKAH – As the majority of Muslims observe the first day of Ramadan, many countries are set to fast with shorter hours than previous years, as Ramadan falls just before summer months this year. Annually, Hijri years arrive 11 days earlier in respect to the solar Gregorian Calendar. This yearly shift forces the holy 9th …

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