"Celestial Bodies", the winner of the Man Booker International Prize in 2019, is the first Arabic novel to win the prestigious prize.
"How did this religion reach us?" is Alaa Abdel Hameed's first book; it is issued by the Egyptian publishing house Dawen Publishers.
There are countless reasons to recommend this country for Egyptian travelers;
Packing is crucial for any traveler, no matter what the travel purpose is. If you forget a necessary item, you either buy a replacement for a much higher price.
After years of collecting art masterpieces, Emirati businessman Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi in 2010 founded the Sharjah-based Barjeel Art Foundation.
It is amazing how technology is making traveling easier and more enjoyable to everyone.
Egypt's Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo is the largest museum of its kind in the whole world.
Egyptians love visiting Alexandria for holidays and vacations.
Do you know that Egypt has the only textile museum in the Middle East? The Textile Museum in Muezz Street in Cairo displays fine collections of textile from the Pharaonic, the Roman.
The 2015 film “What Happened, Miss Simone?” is a biographical documentary about American singer.
Today marks the annual occasion of changing the Kiswa of the Kaaba, the huge black silk cloth covering the Kaaba.
As millions of Muslims flock to the yearly pilgrimage, it is time to remember how a single journey embarked by the Muslim activist Malcolm X over half a century ago had a historic impact.
This film is about the esteemed Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who attracted international attention through his humanitarian activism as well as his bold condemnation of the Chinese government.
‘Finding Vivian Maier’, produced in 2013, is about the accidental discovery of one of the most accomplished street photographers.
Cutie and the Boxer” is a 2013 documentary film about the difficult 40-year marriage of Ushio Shinohara and Noriko.
Iraq in Fragments is about modern Iraq after the American invasion.
In Islam, pilgrimage is a very special ritual of worship; it is the only one that encompasses travelling, and because it is a journey that costs money and effort.
‘The Gatekeepers’ enables you to see a narrative of Israeli history with the eyes of its internal security chiefs.
This is the only short documentary in this list of recommendations. It is a heart-shattering account on the selfless heroic Syrian Civil Defense rescue workers.
When his fourth son was born in 2015, Emad Burnat, a Palestinian villager, got his first video camera. Excited by this new device.