Monthly Archives: June 2010

USA President and the owl!

There is a picture for President Bush with an owl. He looked very comfortable and happy. The question why did Bush chose the owl ? Of course the view of owl in the West is different. For the West it is the symbol … Continue reading

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King Solomon’s ring and Arab folkstory

When I saw the Lord of the Ring , ! I looked at my sister and said isn’t the story similar with Prophet Sulayman’s ring (king Solomon) ?and she replied ,, I think so… The ring is very famous folkstory in … Continue reading

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Iram the lost city

Ubar (Iram)  had been regarded, like Ali Baba and Sindbad the Sailor, as a pleasant fiction for centuries.And according to an Arabian Nights tale, “Allah blotted out the road that led to the city.”The Quran  told a similar tale, one that went back thousands … Continue reading

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Freedom fighters’ day

 Freedom fighters (mujahideen) is a group of pepople, dedicated to fighting an invader in an occupied country or the government of a sovereign nation through the use of physical force. Remember a freedom fighter for one nation could mean a terrorist to another … Continue reading

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The love stories in Arab world

There are many kind of love in Arabic history that was written in Arabic litertures 1.Virgin love In Arab literture we have A virgin love stories and poems.  It is a tragic story of undying love. This kind of love is known … Continue reading

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Cursed City

  Saudi Arabia considers to be the last hidden kingdom. For many years Saudi didn’t open their door to outsiders (In 2008, for its well-preserved remains from late antiquity, especially the 131 rock-cut  monumental tombs, with their elaborately ornamented façades, … Continue reading

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