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Taibaoui won for his novel Ikhtifa’ Al-Sayyed La Ahad (The Disappearance of Mr. Nobody)

Each of the six shortlisted authors will receive $10,000, with the winner receiving an additional $50,000

El-Saadawi was the founder and president of the Arab Women’s Solidarity Association and co-founder of the Arab Association for Human Rights

The 15th edition of the Sheikh Zayed Book Award is the largest in its history in terms of the number of nominations, with the award receiving a total of 2,349 across its nine categories this year

The longlist included one Egyptian author this year, Mansoura Ezz Eldin, who was nominated for her novel The Orchards of Basra

Barghouti died in Amman on 14 February at the age of 76

The shortlist includes three Egyptian writers along with an Algerian, Syrian and a Yemeni writer

The complete works brought to the reader by Alaa El-Din Mahmoud, the editor of the book, introduces the reader to forgotten works of El-Nadeem, some of which were never known before


As the year 2020 opened with the death of one of Egypt's young writers it closed with the death of four prominent writers who left their mark on the Egyptian literary world

The awards announced the shortlists for the emerging writers in each category but did not announce the shortlist for the established writers’ division

His passing was announced by his daughter, Reham Farouk, on Facebook


The shortlist is expected to be announced in February 2021, and the winner will be announced between March and April

Kafrawy's passion was short stories, which he became one of its pillars of in Egypt

Fisk's criticism of the US foreign policies shaped his opinion on much of the events that rocked the Middle East in recent history from the First Gulf war in 1991 to the US invasion of Iraq in 2003

The Voice of Al-Azhar's position on many issues seems to break away from the old editorial choices that took a more traditional approach

Nobel Prize in Literature winner, Louis Glück describes the moment she heard that she had won the prestigious Nobel Prize in Literature

The announcement of the winner Wednesday, 9 September, coincides with the 9th anniversary of the death of the iconic Egyptian writer

The library will open the main hall with reduced working hours from 11 am to 3 pm

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