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Mohamed Rashed


Mohamed is a political science graduate. He's half Egyptian/half Bahraini, born in Dubai. He's really passionate about travelling, philosophy, politics, and movies. He'd always choose to live in the Shire, study in Hogwarts, and die in Westeros

What You Missed From the ‘Cartier Party DXB’ Event

What You Missed From the ‘Cartier Party DXB’ Event

The panther took over Dubai. Relive the spectacular water show from last night's #CartierPartyDXB A post shared by Cartier Official (@cartier) on Nov 17, 2017 at 6:18am PST   Cartier, AKA the most renowned and extravagant French luxury brand, threw the most exclusive party this weekend, and we’re here to tell you what you missed. The […]

ALEXBANK’s ‘Ebda3 Men Masr’ Tent Reigns Supreme at the International Handicrafts Show

ALEXBANK’s ‘Ebda3 Men Masr’ Tent Reigns Supreme at the International Handicrafts Show

For the second consecutive year, ALEXBANK’s vibrant and colorful Ebda3 Men Masr tent reigned supreme at the International Handicrafts Show (IHS). The event demanded to not just be attended, but experienced — and we honestly cannot wait for next year’s exhibition already. Before we delve into the intricate details of the event, let us enlighten […]

FOOD REVIEW: Dusit Thani is Redefining the Thai Experience with Ruen Thai

FOOD REVIEW: Dusit Thani is Redefining the Thai Experience with Ruen Thai

Instead of spending the weekend contemplating the inevitability of death, my friend and I decided to do what we appreciate most in life: good food. We wanted to experience something authentic, rather than the usual generic choices. We had high hopes for our pick, and it definitely served more than we expected!     I’ve […]

Jordan Just Opened the World’s Largest Solar Power Plant in a Refugee Camp

Jordan Just Opened the World’s Largest Solar Power Plant in a Refugee Camp

The UN has just joined forces with Jordan and opened the world’s largest renewable energy project in a refugee camp in Zaatari. The project is expected to impact the lives of 80,000 Syrian refugees in Northern Jordan, by supplying energy for homes, clinics, schools and other facilities for residents.     Jordan now hosts the only […]

Here’s Why the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is Perfect for Families

Here’s Why the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is Perfect for Families

  This month, on the 23rd to be precise, Abu Dhabi’s Formula One Grand Prix is taking over the Yas Marina Circuit, and we literally can’t wait nor afford to miss it!   The Grand Prix events are known to be every adult’s ultimate dream, but contrary to popular belief, it’s also perfect for families. […]

This Olympian Just Inspired Barbie to Finally Introduce a Hijab-Wearing Doll

This Olympian Just Inspired Barbie to Finally Introduce a Hijab-Wearing Doll

One of TIME magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” of 2016, Ibtihaj Muhammad, was honored with a one of a kind doll from Barbie!     Ibtihaj is the first American Olympian to ever compete while wearing a hijab, which made sense that her doll — that was given by Mattel in the Glamour Women of the Year LIVE […]

Young Entrepreneur: The First Entrepreneurship Program for Youngsters in Egypt

Young Entrepreneur: The First Entrepreneurship Program for Youngsters in Egypt

iSpark is launching the first entrepreneurship competition for high school students in Egypt called Young Entrepreneur, with the help of USAID and the Ministry of Trade. The program aims to enable each student to pursue their passions through entrepreneurship.     Students will enter the program in teams of 3-5 and will be given a full […]

Everything You Need to Know About Egypt’s Beautiful ‘Trash War’ Photo Shoot from 2002

Everything You Need to Know About Egypt’s Beautiful ‘Trash War’ Photo Shoot from 2002

In 2002, an artist called HA Schult organized a photo shoot beside the Pyramids of Giza to raise awareness on the importance of the “Trash War,” a war all of us will inevitably have to face. The campaign included 1,000 life-size sculptures made of trash that toured the world from 1999 to 2003/     This […]

Princess Haya Just Opened a Center for Children with Special Needs

Princess Haya Just Opened a Center for Children with Special Needs

Princess Haya bint Hussein, daughter of King Hussein of Jordan and wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, just opened the High Hopes Pediatric Therapy Center — a fully integrated facility for children with moderate to complex special needs. The facility was developed by Majid and Lynn Jafar, who also funded the Center.     The […]

This Arab City Just Made It on Top 10 Most Visited Cities in the World

This Arab City Just Made It on Top 10 Most Visited Cities in the World

This week, Euromonitor International’s highly anticipated “Top 100 City Destinations Ranking” was presented at the World Travel Market event in London. This year’s report incorporates WTM Global Travel Trends to give further insight on how city destinations are at the forefront of tourism growth and innovation, and how travel trends are born out of the opportunities and challenges […]

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