A selection of headlines from daily newspaper Al-Ahram to mark Sinai Liberation Day on 25 April
A regional conference on the role of media in protection of cultural heritage was held this week in Alexandria
The 1940s masterpiece will be performed at Falaki Theatre on Sunday
‘Flowers,’ written and performed by Ahmed Shoukry, is the voice of the marginalised majority trapped by their own silence in the face of ugliness
With the sixth annual Tunis village festival for pottery and handicrafts due to begin on Thursday, Ahram Online remembers its late founder and his vision
Cultural historian Alia Mossallem puts a focus on what remains, 60 years later, of the Suez War in the hearts, minds and words of the people who lived those events
Ibrahim ibn Adham ibn Mansour ibn Gaber Al-Agli, born in Balakh, Afghanistan and known as Al-Tamimi, was one of the pillars ...
Born in Kufa in Iraq in 669 AD, Abu Hanifa is the first of the four imams
Rumi is a shining example of a religious Sufi poet whose religion was love
One of the most famous Sufi women in Islamic history
Al-Ezz Ibn Abdel-Salam will always be remembered as the man who differentiated between religion and the state, an act that we are still debating centuries later.
In our second article in the series Inspiring Minds, Ahram Online presents you with Maimonides, the great philosopher and physician
Dina Ezzat and photographer Sherif Sonbol explore 1,000 years of Al-Qahira's Islamic history
Sham El-Nessim has been celebrated by Egyptians since ancient times, regardless of religious background or social status. Ahram Online republishes this short history of the holiday
Mogawra NGO's latest monthly walk follows an inspiring route through the heart of Cairo, taking in Qalaa Square, Bab Al-Azab, numerous historic mosques and a museum to Egyptian architecture
An initiative by Mogawra NGO aims to put a focus on the historical and human wealth of one of Cairo's most interesting districts
As Egypt promotes the trail of the Holy Family as a major tourist experience, Ahram Online republishes an account of stops and cities where the Virgin Mary, Joseph and Jesus found safety and shelter in the country
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Just when you think you know your city well enough, Cairo surprises you with routes unknown and all the mythic stories left behind.