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Australia Grand Mufti Dies

Australia Grand Mufti Dies

MELBOURNE – After just three months in the role, the Grand Mufti of Australia, ٍSheikh Abdel Aziem Al-Afifi, has passed away in a hospital in Melbourne after lapsing into a coma, The Australian reported on July 11. The Egyptian Sunni cleric had fought a long battle against cancer. His sudden death was confirmed in a …

Two Egyptian teams succeeded on June 23 to win the 2018 international student MATE underwater robotics competition in USA.

Muslims Excel in 2018 MATE Underwater Robotics Competition

WASHINGTON – Two Egyptian teams succeeded on June 23 to win the 2018 international student MATE underwater robotics competition in USA, according to Ibrahim Farouq, an Egyptian team member, who announced the achievement on his Facebook account by saying: “We defeated the Russian team and topped the list of ROV MATE.” The Egyptian Vortex Titans …

Ebers Papyrus

It All Makes Good Scents

The use of aromas is believed to date back to the times of the ancient Egyptians and Babylonians (modern day Iraq).


Featureless & Invisible: Why Is Glass Transparent?

Glass is a non-crystalline amorphous solid that is often transparent and has widespread practical, technological, and decorative usage. For example, window panes, tableware, and optoelectronics. The most familiar and the oldest types of glass are “silicate glasses”. Their primary constituent is the chemical compound silica (silicon dioxide, or quartz) which also forms sand. Many applications of silicate glasses derive from their optical transparency, giving rise to …

Ancient Egypt

Eternal Scientific Miracles of Ancient Egypt

For about the 6,554 time since 1264 B.C. the sunlight entered the Great Temple of Abu Simbel of the Egyptian King Ramses the Great, in Abu Simbel city, south Egypt. 1,130 km south of Cairo on the west bank of Nasser Lake, Egyptians celebrate the scientifically-miraculous man-made solar phenomenon of the solar illumination of the …


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.

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 …

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