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Al Zamalek Versus Al Ahly: 100 Years of Competition

Football dates back to more than 2,500 BC, where it was known to the Greeks, the Japanese, the Chinese, and the ancient Egyptians. Egyptians call the sport Al-Sahera Al-Mostadeera (the Enchanting Game): it captivates their minds and hearts in ways the greatest magicians fail to do so. Since their establishment, Egypt’s two top football clubs Al-Ahly and Al-Zamalek have been locked in rivalry. This info graph narrates the history of their victories and defeats throughout the past century.

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Arab Women Are Left Out of University Leadership

Women lead fewer than 7 percent of Arab higher-education institutions, according to a detailed survey conducted by Al-Fanar Media and InfoTimes, an independent data analysis company. Nine Arab countries currently have no female academic leaders

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Bots Are Dominating Political Debate in Egypt

Over the last two months, a number of political hashtags have entered Twitter’s top trending list in Egypt which have reflected the conflict between both fractions supporting and opposing the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.

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First Hundred Goals at World Cup 2018

After 40 matches, which took 3448 minutes, the first hundred goals were scored in world cup “Russia 2018.” Although such world cup was not the highest scoring championship, it was exciting and competitive; goals were

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Al Zamalek Versus Al Ahly: 100 Years of Competition

Football dates back to more than 2,500 BC, where it was known to the Greeks, the Japanese, the Chinese, and the ancient Egyptians. Egyptians call the sport Al-Sahera Al-Mostadeera (the Enchanting Game): it captivates their minds and hearts in ways the greatest magicians fail to do so. Since their establishment, Egypt’s two top football clubs Al-Ahly and Al-Zamalek have been locked in rivalry. This info graph narrates the history of their victories and defeats throughout the past century.

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Arab Women Are Left Out of University Leadership

Women lead fewer than 7 percent of Arab higher-education institutions, according to a detailed survey conducted by Al-Fanar Media and InfoTimes, an independent data analysis company. Nine Arab countries currently have no female academic leaders

Read More »

Bots Are Dominating Political Debate in Egypt

Over the last two months, a number of political hashtags have entered Twitter’s top trending list in Egypt which have reflected the conflict between both fractions supporting and opposing the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.

Read More »

First Hundred Goals at World Cup 2018

After 40 matches, which took 3448 minutes, the first hundred goals were scored in world cup “Russia 2018.” Although such world cup was not the highest scoring championship, it was exciting and competitive; goals were

Read More »

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