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Ramadan Lanterns Brighten Egyptian's Holy Month

Ramadan Lanterns Brighten Egyptian's Holy Month

Here is a short report on the very famous Ramadan fanous that can be seen all over the streets in Egypt a few weeks before Ramadan! There are many stories of how the fanous began in Egypt but it is an important decoration in the family home!

3 Patents for Egyptian Energy-saving Motor

3 Patents for Egyptian Energy-saving Motor

Creative minds always feel responsible not only towards their societies and communities, but towards humanity as a whole as well. They regularly think of developing, improving and easing the life of humankind and all the living organisms inhabiting Planet Earth entirely. (Say, “Are those who know equal to those who do not know?” Only they will …

Al-Azhar Imam, Pope Francis Stress Message of Peace

In the first visit by a Pope to Al-Azhar, the highest seat of religious learning in the Sunni world, Pope Francis send a message of unity in the face of killing in the name of religion in a special visit to Cairo on Thursday and Friday, pressing for closer Muslim-Christian ties.

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Polymath of Humanity and Egypt

“We must come to the land of the Nile for the origin of many of man’s most distinctive and highly cherished beliefs,” Sir William Osler.

Way to Heavenly Cosmos

Way to Heavenly Cosmos

Here in Egypt lies a spot that paves the road to the cosmos. It is a place that reflects the beauty of the sky on its terrain and rocks. There lies the wildlife in land, aquatic life in the sea, and celestial heavens in the sky. Next to the more famous Wadi Al-Rayan, there is located Wadi Al-Hitan …

VoxEra: Egyptian Alternative to Voice Roaming

VoxEra: Egyptian Alternative to Voice Roaming

Coined as the “Voice Roaming Killer”, VoxEra is an Egyptian invention that just might jeopardize the cash cow of telecom companies, who are expected to generate nearly US$90 billion in revenues from mobile roaming charges in 2018 [1]. Outrageously expensive and often non-transparent roaming charges have horrified travelers, including VoxEra’s founder Amr Elgably. Sharing with his …

Imams and Scholars Condemn Palm Sunday Attacks

Imams and Scholars Condemn Palm Sunday Attacks

Muslim Imams, scholars and speakers condemned vehemently the recent attacks on two churches in Egypt which claimed scores of lives and injuries. The bombings that targeted Christian worshippers on Palm Sunday were described as terrible and terrorist crimes that are not condoned by Islam. Scholars cited Quranic verses and hadiths of the Prophet (peace …

Egyptian Muslims Rush to Donate Blood for Church Victims

Responding to mosque calls from minarets, scores of Egyptian Muslim men and women rushed to mosques in Tanta to donate blood for people injured in Sunday’s deadly blast, which struck the Coptic Christian Church on Sunday, April 9.

For This, the Israelites Fled Egypt - The Story of Passover

Pesach, or Passover, means protection in Hebrew, and the name refers to this last of the plagues sent by God to the Egyptians. While the Egyptians suffered this plague, the angel of death passed over the houses of the Israelites. To protect themselves, the Israelites…



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