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Qasim Amine - un penseur féministe engagé

Qasim Amin

Né en 1865 à l’Égypt dans une famille considérée parmi l’élite de la région. Il a étudié au Caire dans une université dans laquelle des professeurs français enseignaient. 440 more words


Black Lives Matter in the MENA Region Too! - Professor Hussein Solomon

Black Lives Matter in the MENA Region Too!

by Hussein Solomon

Volume 8 (2020), Number 12 (July 2020)

I recall that wedding in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum vividly. 722 more words

Historical bibliography of Medieval North Africa

بيبيليوغرافيا تاريخية لشمال إفريقيا القرون الوسطى

Note : Middle Ages (the Medieval era) is historically proper to Europe, Roman one especially, and applying the term on other geographical zones isn’t so correct. 390 more words

Medio AErum

Seeking God First

And as long as the king sought guidance from the Lord , God gave him success.
2 Chronicles 26:5b NLT

Uzziah King followed God. God gave him success. 122 more words

Seeking God

Lost In Arabization

In a highly globalised and an increasingly interdependent world, it seems as if countries are easily influenced by each other’s governments, companies, and cultures. The increase of global interaction and trade has obliged corporations to tailor their offerings to suit local needs and preferences. 1,103 more words

Consumer Behaviour

Malcolm X on Zionism - Zionist Logic

First published in the Egyptian Gazette, 17th September 1964

The Zionist armies that now occupy Palestine claim their ancient Jewish prophets predicted that in the “last days of this world” their own God would raise them up a “messiah” who would lead them to their promised land, and they would set up their own “divine” government in this newly-gained land, this “divine” government would enable them to “rule all other nations with a rod of iron.”

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"We came to look for Christians and spices."-First encounter of Vasco da Gama and his fleet with India.

The date was 20th May 1498, at the port city of Kozhikode or Calicut, with all the hustle and bustle of a famous trading point, was business as usual. 3,368 more words