FIGURES FROM RED SEA “Prof. Hamed Gohar”

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    Prof. Hamed Gohar (1907-1994) was an Egyptian oceanographer, scientist and TV presenter. He appeared for over 18 years in his program ‘The world of the seas’. He was not married and dedicated his life to the sea. Gohar initiated the first full-scale research in ocean Read more»»»...

    November 27, 2014 | Culture, Tourism

  • St. Antony’s Monastery

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    St. Antony’s Monastery, which lies at the foot of Al-Qalzam Mountain near Al Zaafarana, was founded in 356 AD just after the saint’s death and is the oldest active monastery in the world.. We do know that St. Antony founded several monasteries during his life Read more»»»...

    November 26, 2014 | Culture, Tourism

  • The shrine of Abu El Hassan el-Shazli

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    At the southwestern border of Wadi El-Gemal National Park lays the shrine of Abu El Hassan El-Shazli, the most famous Islamic Shrine in the Eastern Desert. El-Shazli is one of the figures of Sufism, he was born in Morocco where he grew up and became Read more»»»...

    November 26, 2014 | Culture, Tourism

  • Are Women Better Leaders than Men?

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    Out of 23 year of working experiences I can admit that men are better leaders than women. For some reasons; when a woman owns a position of leadership she treats all other women as rivals not just employees and she takes each single issue so Read more»»»...

    November 25, 2014 | Culture

  • Business Connect 2014 Introduces New Technology Solutions

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    The Minister of Communications and Information Technology Atef Helmy has taken part in the events of Business Connect 2014, organized by IBM Egypt to introduce a set of technology solutions to protect enterprises’ data on cloud computing network. Being one of the largest companies in Read more»»»...

    November 23, 2014 | Business, Education, News

  • Upscale river cruise line Uniworld is to return to Egypt with a planned series of sailings along the Nile from October 2015.

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    New UK managing director Kathryn Beadle, who took up her role earlier this month, unveiled the details exclusively to TTG at the UK and Ireland Cruise Lines International Association’s River Cruise Convention in Amsterdam where she was courting agents keen to sell the brand. The Read more»»»...

    November 20, 2014 | Activities & Entertainment, Tourism

  • ‘Successful and progressive’ meeting between tour ops and Egyptian president

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    The Big Two have praised a “successful and progressive” meeting with the president of Egypt, which was held in a bid to boost tourism to the country three years after its revolution led to a slump in visitors. Presisdent Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met yesterday with Read more»»»...

    November 20, 2014 | Business, News, Tourism

  • The Strangest Black Holes in the Universe

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    Introduction Black holes are gigantic cosmic monsters, exotic objects whose gravity is so strong that not even light can escape their clutches. Black holes come in a wide variety of forms, from small stellar-mass bodies to the supermassive beasts that reside at the hearts of Read more»»»...

    November 20, 2014 | Education

  • Tourism from Arab and Gulf countries increased 300 percent

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    Dalia Farouk Tourism Minister Hisham Zazou said the government is taking new decisions to encourage tourism, by facilitating measures of issuing tourists’ visas, pointing out that Arab tourism to Egypt, especially from the Gulf region has increased during summer season of 2014. Zazou indicated that Read more»»»...

    November 20, 2014 | Tourism

  • They work directly for the benefit of “Mossad”

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    I am almost certain that terrorists in Egypt are working for major side and it is Israeli intelligence agency “Mossad” Of course I do not have conclusive proof but I believe in the theory of “Find the beneficiary”. If they are true Muslims and “Ansar Read more»»»...

    November 20, 2014 | News