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Thursday, 26 April 2018
Books
Nasrallah is set to receive the $50,000 award for his dystopian novel exploring the depths of human depravity

Gibran's tolerance for the Other is much needed today, according to American interfaith advocate Paul Gordon Chandler

Nobody Pities the Cats of the City, published by Dar El-Tanweer, examines continued life after failed dreams in a heartbroken city

Ahmed Khaled Tawfik was more than a fiction writer, he was a phenomenon who showed a generation of young readers a whole new world

Soad Othman offers a fine-grained ethnography of the Bohra sect of Ismaili Shi'ism

In his new book, Dr. Hassanein Tawfiq Ibrahim asks whether the Islamic State organisation may continue in some form after its apparent defeat on the battlefield, highlighting the future of children born to IS members

The booksellers' move is the latest flare-up in a wider legal and political dispute over freedom of expression that has been rumbling in Spain in recent months

Tawfik, who was best known for his pocket series Ma Wara Al-Tabia (Metaphysics), died of a heart attack on Monday
Sean Penn, is no longer interested in making movies as he became a "novelist"
Shreve was known for her books "Resistance" and "The Pilot's Wife," whhich were Both made into movie
The lectures will tackle the the relevance of the Cold War for the Arab World and the topic of the Islamic State group in Somalia
The author's new book tracks the life and struggles of Mary Ely Rosenthal
Mohamed Salmawy will sign his newly released memoirs on Wednesday, 28 February at Egypt's Public Library in Giza
The American University in Cairo will host former Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa on Wednesday to discuss his recently published memoir, Ketabeya
Croxford's Deep Sahara is already receiving critical acclaim

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