A team comprising Muslim and Hijabi students from Cairo University has won first place in the international Enactus World Cup held in the US for their project in producing organic pads, Enactus.org wrote. The Enactus World Cup, which is held in Silicon Valley, offers social enterprises and student social entrepreneurs the opportunity to win a …
Egypt have made history as they claimed the 2019 U-19 Handball Youth World Championship after beating Germany in the final.
The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations kicked off in grand style with a magnificent opening ceremony witnessed by fans across Africa and the World at the Cairo International Sports Stadium.
The 2019 continentalAfrica Cup of Nationswill start in few days, precisely on June 21, in Egypt. The 32ndedition of the biennial competition will be the first enlarged version to be contested between 24 teams. Because of the massive number of Muslim players and countries participating in the tournament, it was moved from its original dates …
I left home in what seemed the middle of the night and took the underground train to Baker Street, the closest station to Regent’s Park. I had been told that Muslims dress in their best clothes for the `Eid Prayers, so I had put on a suit and tie and polished my shoes until I could see my face in them.
Residents of Ezbet Hamada in Cairo’s Mataria district gathered to eat Iftar, the meal to end their fast at sunset, during the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt, May 20, 2019.
Egyptians were poor, suffered hardships, yet were happy. They left everything in the hands of God and forget their miseries when they return home. Prayers help them place their worries before their God. I noticed humility as well as intimacy in Islamic prayers.
In Cairo’s district of Masr El-Qadima, a group of Egyptian Muslim and Christians are putting together Ramadan boxes, filled with basic food items and provisions, which have been donated by volunteers from both religions.
The Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, Egypt is considered one of the greatest in the world, with its exceptional collection of rare woodwork and plaster artefacts, as well as metal, ceramic, glass, crystal, and textile objects of all periods, from all over the Islamic world.
Manufacturing the crescent finials of mosques’ minarets has been a thriving industry in Egypt since the 14th Century. Small smith workshops in Cairo’s old quarters are full of talented craftsmen who manufacture crescent alems for mosques across the Islamic World.