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Neatly is a smart Twitter client that brings important closer to you. Neatly changes your timeline from time-based into interest-based. Neatly designe...

"Cairo" 1963 Movie

Cairo

I think this is the only movie produced in Egypt by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures in 1963. the film is about man called Major whose in Cairo after bein...

Egyptian old woman just voted

Egyptian People

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animal

Animal

Malik Nejer and his team "Masameer" in this episode are handling Arab and Saudi society animal abuse...

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Egypt in the Era of Hosni Mubarak book cover

Egypt in the Era of Hosni Mubarak (1981-2011) – Galal Amin

Few weeks after the assassination of president Sadat in 1981, the president Mubarak took the very promising step of releasing all prominen...

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Neatly

Neatly LogoNeatly is a smart Twitter client that brings important closer to you. Neatly changes your timeline from time-based into interest-based. Neatly designed with efficiency to comprehensively help you filtering out the noisy tweets.

Neatly is the flagship product of the Egyptian team F16APPS, who is working to redefine and build the next generation of mobile apps with thier products like Lovote, Yakhabar, Onwall .

Neatly

Bring what is important closer to you with Neatly, a smart new Twitter Client that changes how we deal with Twitter, changing the timeline into an interest line according to a users’ behavior.

Designed with efficiency & neatness in mind, Neatly learns from its users’ in a matter of days, helping them filter out any tweet noise and not miss out on the important ones.

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Neatly enables you selecting only the users you are feeling attached to. Neatly displays further info about any twitter user through extended profile view.

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Cairo

I think this is the only movie produced in Egypt by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures in 1963. the film is about man called Major whose in Cairo after being released from a German Prison. He is there to proceed with his plan to steal the jewelry from the King Tutankhamen exhibit at the national gallery. This plan has been on hold since he was jailed. He enlists the help of Willy, Ali, Nicodemos, Kerim and Kuchuk to carry out his detailed ‘foolproof’ plan. Perhaps the curse of the Pharoahs is more than a superstition because Major soon finds out that while the robbery may be easy, getting out with the jewels may be the hardest part. Written by Tony Fontana .

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Egyptian People

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Pharaonic Scripts

Mideast Tunes

mideastunes.com

“Mideast Tunes” is a multifaceted platform for underground musicians in the Middle East and North Africa who use music as a tool for social change. Founded in 2010 in Bahrain, the site has expanded to serve as a primary resource for discovering up and coming Middle Eastern talents.

Their mission is to bridge barriers of faith and geography to unite young people committed to fostering constructive discourse in the Middle East through music.  The core of the project manifested from their desire to promote bands and musicians that would otherwise never be given a second glance in the international scene.  They feel that is because most people would never think to look to regions like the Middle East and North Africa for highly thought provoking music.  The need to change this is their driving force.

They believe music can change the world and that the musicians of the Middle East and North Africa will lead the way.

 http://mideastunes.com

Cairo from above

Cairo and Pyramids from above .. photo for @nazlyhussein

cairo and pyramids from above photo for @nazlyhussein

Zero Weight – Amjad Rasmi

Amjad rasmi caricature - man with no heart = zero weight

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Portraits of Fayoum

The tradition of drawing the portrait of the deceased on his mummy appeared in Egypt in Roman times, as it meant that the deceased would recognize his face during his resurrection.

The Roman believed in the idea of resurrection, a belief also held by the Ancient Egyptians. The film highlights the archaeological Fayoum portraits, discovered by some peasants there. It also describes the methods for drawing portraits on wooden boards, in addition to explaining the philosophical idea behind these portraits.

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