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You can’t visit the middle east without trying them.

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Most probably, you have heard about the rich cuisine in the middle east. Each region in the Arab world has its own food menu, yet there are common popular meals that you will hear about if you visit any Arab country.

You will notice at least one local restaurant in every neighborhood offering one of these fast food meals. The charming smell will attract you from far away and force you to wait in a long queue to get one.

You will be drooling and your stomach growling while staring at the meal being prepared in front of you. And…


Stop saying it’s an endless conflict because basically, it’s not a one.

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Whenever a topic speaks about what’s going on in the holy land, many people make it feel like an endless, complicated war. Saying it’s not easy to know the right from the wrong side as both parties claim to be right.

These same people will justify any act made by the Israeli government with superficial reasons — such as “Well, they bombed a residential tower hosting over 20 families because Hamas, threw a rocket”. And “This child was shot dead because he threw a stone on the soldier’s jeep”.

Or even more ridiculous justifications like “It’s because the Arabs attacked…

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The beginner’s guide to increasing your views by online marketing

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Promoting your content is a primary step that judges if it will succeed or fail, regardless of how valuable you think it is. There are well-designed products that failed because of bad marketing while others with less quality got popular because of good marketing.

The way you market your work — let it be digital or offline — decides how it will attract and engage the audience.

I learned several tricks about sharing my work from writing on Medium and using print-on-demand platforms — like Spring and Redbubble — to attract the audience on social media.

I’ll share with you…


They could remain after the pandemic.

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It has been more than a year since the coronavirus spread throughout the world. The impact on our lifestyle and customs have noticeably changed during this period.

Yet, these changes don’t seem to be temporary but might take a longer time to return to the way we used to be before the pandemic. They could be the new us, including all the differences that occurred in our life habits.

5 major changes happened to our lives varying to each society:

1- Greetings

No handshakes, hugs, or kisses. It’s crazy to do such a thing these days — unless you want to transmit…


Thanks to Phoenicians who made our lives easier.

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Imagine you have to memorize 700 symbols to express your thoughts on paper. Unless you are from China, this is how the world used to be around 3000 years ago.

The Egyptian Hieroglyph is considered as one of the oldest writing systems known in the world, where the Egyptians used to draw symbols on the walls to deliver a message to others.

Each symbol represents an idea and includes a sound value. Such as the Mouth symbol, which is pronounced ‘ra’, Snake as ‘f’, and the bird symbol has the sound ‘a’.


Started for silly reasons & ended tragically.

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Throughout history, wars may start due to political, economical, or even religious reasons. However, some wars occurred for literally ridiculous or no reason.

Some of them remained for decades which cost enormous lives and total economical destruction.

Here I picked the top 5 dumbest wars throughout history that should not have happened:

War of The Bucket

Ibrahim K

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