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Siwa [Sīwah] is an oasis in Egypt, between the Qattara Depression and the Egyptian Sand Sea in the Western Desert. The oasis is populated by Berber-speaking Sudanic peoples and it lies approximately 50km east of the Libyan border, and 560km west from Cairo. 
Ḥilmī Namnam, Minister of Culture, emphasized the role of the Ministry in combating terrorism and radical ideologies through encouraging creativity and developing houses of culture in order to protect the youth from terrorism and extremism. He also stated that terrorism is a global,...
The center for Coptic Studies at the Library of Alexandria has organized, today (Thursday), an annual day of Coptic Heritage. The Day of Coptic Heritage is organized in cooperation with the administration of private projects inside the Library, in the headquarters of Bayt al-Sanārī in...
Hānī ʿAbd al-Raḥmān, the official documentarian of New Suez Canal, announced that he will begin to document the information related to the housing of Coptic families moving from al-ʿArīsh to al-Ismāʿīlīya after being targeted by terrorists.
The poet Sayed Hījāb, who died at the age of 77, left behind an artistic legacy akin to an inexhaustible river, between songs and collections of poetry and other writings that children have not forgotten, so that his memory will remain engraved in our hearts.
Safwat Seifin Labīb, alias Safwat al-Battātī, is a Coptic poet. Born in Qena in the early 1960s, al-Battātī, brought together Muslims and Copts into one fabric.
The program of the Aswān Movie Festival has two film competitions; the first is on more than 60-minute long movies, and the second is a short-film competition.
Affectionately called by his fans “uncle”, `Abd al-Rahmān Al-Abnūdī came from Upper Egypt to Cairo to resume a journey that enriched vernacular poetry through his poems, which reflected the authenticity of the Egyptian citizen and Egyptian reality, especially in Upper Egypt.
In his new novel "Flower of Silence" to be published in mid-April, Raʾūf Mūs`ad describes how the Egyptian nationalist AḥmadʿUrābī led his officers and soldiers, who stood up against foreign intervention and against the British colonizers. Furthermore, the novel describes the struggles of the...
Egyptian Minister of Culture, Helmī Al-Namnam, and Prof. Dr. `Abd al-Wahāb `Ezzat, President of the `Ain Shams University, inaugurated on Sunday, the book fair of the University's theme “Egypt, Land of Faiths”, in the framework of the University's concern to strengthen this highly developed culture...

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