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  • Apr
By: Simon Willis People who feel an overwhelming urge to get themselves noticed on Facebook and those play practical jokes on others: two categories of human beings who deserve…
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By: Dr. Mohamed Elmasry I became seriously involved in Egyptian politics in 2003 when I was invited to address an international conference in Cairo about the imminent American invasion…
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By: Dr. Mohamed Elmasry British journalist Yvonne Ridley is currently writing a book about Prophet Muhammad. Recently she asked if I would write about how I felt the Prophet…
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LONDON (AP) – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is promising to do a better job protecting user data following reports that a political consultant misused the personal information of millions…
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By Dana Milbank Washington - The kids have come to save us. They have come from Florida, where their high school peers were gunned down on Valentine’s Day, inspiring…
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From Maggie Fick and Katharine Houreldl in Dollow, Somalia At the height of Somalia’s 2011 famine, Madow Mohammad had to leave her crippled 5-year-old son Abdirahman by the side…
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March 21, 2018 Car-owners of Cairo, you have all had your chances. You’ve been given flyovers and tunnels. However, most of you don’t bother with seat belts or tyres…
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Dr Mohamed el-Masry Professor Jordan B. Peterson of the University of Toronto's book: 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos was released earlier this year and currently sits…
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By: Dr. Mohamed Elmasry For the past century the global pharmaceutical industry has increasingly placed money ahead of human well-being. It began by researching natural remedies discovered by our…
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  • Mar
By Dr. Mohamed Elmasry It is important that Egypt as it enters the nuclear power generation era to learn from the experience of others. Here in Canada, Ontario has…