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“They Said Cheese is Tasty in the Land of Danes”

“They Said Cheese is Tasty in the Land of Danes”

While in traveling, we are exposed to fresh knowledge, new persons, and potential opportunities; but the experiment may be far exclusive if the destination country is Denmark. And that is what I was m
Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 February 2014 13:36

Do You Remember the Desperate?

Do You Remember the Desperate?
Actually, I'm not going to give you tips on how you can help these innocents, or what’s our role towards these people especially in` Eid and all similar occasions, as many articles have tackled this
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 20:32

On the Referendum Day, I Witnessed a New Egypt

On the Referendum Day, I Witnessed a New Egypt
For me, and for the majority of Egyptians, March 19th is the real birth of democracy in Egypt; it was the first democratic experience in decades...
Last Updated on Monday, 28 March 2011 15:41

Festival for Democracy

Festival for Democracy
Waking up early at 8:30 a.m. on the off-day Saturday and doing everything in a hurry. Praying, brushing teeth and wearing my clothes as fast as I can to meet my friends downstairs in order for us to g
Last Updated on Monday, 28 March 2011 15:21

In Egypt: Tea of Freedom, Biscuits of Dignity

In Egypt: Tea of Freedom, Biscuits of Dignity
Everything was systematic and normal inside the square till an overwhelming stream of joy took the crowds by surprise. Mubarak stepped down! That’s it! Hearing this news, protesters went crazy with
Last Updated on Saturday, 12 February 2011 18:40

Home Sweet Tahrir

Home Sweet Tahrir
Read blog post by Onislam's culture editor on the Egyptian protests and its impact on the whole community...
Last Updated on Sunday, 13 February 2011 15:00

America: The Land of Snow

America: The Land of Snow
Locked inside a small room in a hotel at the heart of Arlington, Virginia, I had been following news reports about snowstorms for more than seven days. The storm-watch broadcast had been on day and ni
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 February 2010 20:40

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