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Egyptian writer among winners of Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd Prize for Best Arab Book

Thu, Feb. 20, 2020
CAIRO - 20 February 2020: Three authors from Egypt, the Emirates, and Lebanon won the Best Book in the Arab World Award at the Prince Mohammad bin Fahd Awards, which is awarded by the Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO).

The winning authors are Othman Mohamed Othman from Egypt for the book "Fair Development: Economic Growth - Income Distribution - The Problem of Poverty", Souad Zayed al-Oraimi from the Emirates, and Saad Mahyou from Lebanon.

The Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO) will hold a big celebration to honor the winners of the Prince Mohammed bin Fahd Award for the Best Book in the Arab World on Feb. 25, in a Cairo hotel.

The award aims to establish the rules for authoring an Arab book by supporting and highlighting the distinguished book, and honoring the winning book’s thinkers and researchers who have made contributions.

It is noteworthy that the first edition of the award was attended by more than one hundred books issued by 26 publishing houses from the Emirates, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon and Egypt, and the prize value is $30,000.
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