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Author Archives: Tasnim Elnasharty

Mohammed bin Rashid honors surgeon Magdy Yacoub – 360 Million for New Cairo Heart Center

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer.  Egypt Today CAIRO – 21 February 2020: Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Ruler of Dubia, on Thursday honored renowned Egyptian-British surgeon Magdy Yacoub with the “scarf of Mohammed bin Rashid for humanitarian action” for his charitable efforts and medical and scientific achievements. Who’s Magdy Yacoub Dr. Magdi … Continued

Some of the Organizations Who Help Syrian Refugees

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer Lebanon alone has over 1.5 million Syrian refugees, with the global number of Syrian refugees totaling something like 5.6 million people. However, there are no conventional refugee camps. Rather, Syrian refugees live in casual tent settlements, surrendered structures, or lease squeezed spaces in the nation’s decades-old Palestinian camps. With … Continued

War in the Arab World Destroyed the Region’s Heritage

CICC Global Justice By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer  Destroying Arab World Heritage Looking at the Arab World heritage, the Middle East is utilized in ruins. A thousand years back the “frantic caliph” of Cairo, Hakim, unfortunately, requested the leveling all of the churches, remembering the Holy Sepulcher for Jerusalem, Jesus’s internment site.  The Mongols sacked Baghdad in 1258, which consequently, made the Tigris stream … Continued

The Secrets of Ancient Egyptians you Probably did not know about

BY: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer   There are many civilizations in history that contributed to the ascent of modern-day society. Everything that we see today has been in some way, shape, or structure enhanced to stand the trial of time. From the structures of buildings, religion, and pyramids, to the impact of art, everything had … Continued

Most Interesting Facts to Know about the Arab Culture

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer  Arabic culture is the culture of the Arabs, from the Atlantic Ocean in the West to the Arabian Sea in the east, and from the Mediterranean Sea in the north to the Horn of Africa and the Indian Ocean in the southeast. Which Countries are Arab Countries? Arabic counties … Continued

Why did the Ancient Egyptians live near the Nile River?

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer   Egypt may seem a basic country, however, that is not the case as there are many things that can be said and would take years and years to explain. Let’s take you on a journey to the pharaonic era. Thousands of years ago, wheat was a very important element … Continued

Census, Do I Look White? 

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer  Race is a complex word that has a variety of definitions, and one of the definitions in the dictionary is a group of people that share a comparable way of life, culture, traditions, history, and so on. In fact, race itself is equivocal and can be interpreted from different … Continued

Top 5 Sea Coast Destinations to see in Egypt

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer   Egypt is world-famous for its incredible history and culture: Ancient pyramids, the Sphinx, and apparently endless temples spotting the Nile. But have you at any point considered choosing Egypt for your next relaxing beach holiday? Outside the hustle and bustle of Cairo, there are a lot of spaces where … Continued

The Most Famous Levantine Arab Dishes

Many Arab dishes. By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer  A region’s food is as significant in understanding its culture as its architecture, national dress, and traditions. Consequently, trying any Arab dish is a beneficial part of any visit to the Middle East. The food is abundant with a significant number of various flavorful alternatives to … Continued

Coronavirus Pandemic Impacting Religious Practices

BY:Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer   The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic has impacted religion in various ways. This includes the cancellation of the worship services of various faiths, the closure of Churches, as well as the cancellation of pilgrimages surrounding observances and festivals. Many churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples have offered worship through livestream amidst the pandemic.  … Continued

Amazing Health Benefits of Saffron you Need to Know

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer    Saffron is a spice with a strong fragrance and distinctive color. The spice is also rich in antioxidants, which may have many heath benefits. Early evidence suggests that saffron may boost mood, increase libido, and fight oxidative stress. Saffron is generally safe for most people to consume, and … Continued

Common Islamic Terms You May Not Know

By: Tasnim Elnasharty/Arab America Contributing Writer  The following list consists of striking ideas that are coming in both Islamic and Arab traditions. These Islamic terms are expressed as words in the Arabic language and the fundamental motivation behind this list is to disambiguate various spellings, to make note of spellings no longer in use these … Continued

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